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Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.

2019 Christmas Bird Count

Over 30 Christmas Bird Counts (CBC) will take place in Montana this winter. The CBC is the longest running citizen science program on earth and is coordinated by National Audubon. Plan to join a count in Montana this winter, which will take place between mid-December 2019 and early January 2020.

To find a Montana count (and to sign up for an event), see the National Audubon Society CBC webpage.


For additional CBC information from local Audubon Chapters:

Bitterroot Audubon,  Kate Stone: 406.381.1115

Five Valleys Audubon, Larry Weeks 406.540.3064

Flathead Audubon

Last Chance Audubon, Coburn Currier 406.449.2574

Sacajawea Audubon

Upper Missouri Breaks Audubon, Nora Gray 406.781.4153

Yellowstone Valley Audubon, Jim Court 406.259.5099

 

 

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