Yes! The National Audubon Society used to collect $5/person to support publishing and distributing a hard copy volume of data, but since 2012 they no long collect a fee and the data is published digitally for all of us. A donation to National Audubon supports the Christmas Bird Count and many other things. Sign up for the citizen science eNewsletter to get American Birds Online, including Christmas Bird Count results.
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The 2022 Ann Arbor Christmas Bird Count will be on Saturday, December 17, 2022.
Area Leaders should download and use and distribute these forms as needed. Feeder Watchers should use the Feeder Watcher Form to report data, and other participants may find the Species Tally Form useful. Click to view/download.
Use these maps to identify a specific area in which to participate and select that area when you sign up online. Contact the leader of that area if you have questions (see contact information on this page). Note that some areas may be more popular than others, and that you may be asked to count birds in an area that differs from your first choice. Click to view/download.