– Christmas Bird Count

– Print a copy of Christmas Bird Count Tally Sheet, click here for a copy

– Count is usually held on the Sunday before Christmas between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Please check Coming Events or December Newsletter for instructions and further details.)

– Contact Judy Boyd 403-358-1098 if participating and to indicate where you are counting. See map below.

– Tally sheets must be received by Dec. 29. You can drop sheets off (Attn: Judy Boyd) at Kerry Wood Nature Centre 6300 – 45 Avenue, Red Deer, Alberta T4N 3M4, or mail to RDRN Box 785 Red Deer, Alberta T4N 5H2, or email to rdrn.nature@gmail.com, put “CBC” in the subject line.

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  1. Barry Goodwin
    Barry Goodwin says:

    I live just off of 32nd St. and 40th Ave. in the past year I have seen a variety of birds around us, mainly blue jays and magpies but I have also seen chickadee’s, nuthatches and a couple of northern flickers. I have actually had them on my deck feeding on the peanuts I leave out. Also seen through the year was a prairie falcon, a brown creeper and I am fairly sure a varied thrush. It was a very interesting year for birds.


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