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Christmas Bird Count

December 29, 2019 @ 7:00 am - 2:00 pm MST

Join us for the 120th year of Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count! Participants will be assigned to a group led by an experienced birder to identify and count birds in their assigned areas. Click here to learn more about the history and importance of the Christmas Bird Count.

Registration is required. Please contact Tyler Cash at [email protected]org or (303) 659-4348 ext 49 to register.



December 29, 2019
7:00 am - 2:00 pm MST
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Tyler Cash, Environmental Educator
303-659-4348 ext. 49


Bird Conservancy’s Environmental Learning Center
14500 Lark Bunting Lane
Brighton, CO 80603 United States
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