North American Migration Count 2013

The North American Migration Count is like the Christmas Bird Count, but in the spring and on a county-sized scale. This year, the count will be happening on Saturday, May 11. Mark your calendars!

This will be my third year as coordinator for La Paz County for the count. In 2011, four teams found 113 species; in 2012, three teams found 109 species! It would be fantastic to get more coverage of the county this year, so please shoot me an email if you would be interested in birding a chunk of La Paz County this May 11! Every additional observer makes a huge difference in the NAMC in underbirded La Paz. My email address is lbharter at gmail dot com.

For more information, to see past years’ results, and to find contact info for all Arizona coordinators, click here.

Great-tailed Grackle

Great-tailed Grackle, the most numerous species in last year’s NAMC in La Paz.

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About Lauren Harter

I live in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, where I work as a field biologist and spend as much of the rest of my time as possible looking at (and listening to!) birds.
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