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North American Migration Count

More than 200 Arizona birders will be out in the field on Saturday 9 May counting birds for the 24th annual North American Migration Count (NAMC). In Arizona, the count is coordinated by Arizona Field Ornithologists, and is supported by local Audubon Societies, local bird clubs, and other interested organizations.

The purpose of the NAMC is to obtain a “snapshot” of the progress and “shape” of spring migration, gather information on the abundance and distribution of each species, and to have fun. The area of a count is not a circle, but the boundaries of a county. The idea is to have a contiguous interlocking set of nonoverlapping counts across North America. The final tallies for Arizona will be posted on the AZFO website. If you'd like to participate please contact one of the county coordinators listed here.

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Upcoming Expedition (March 13-15):

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

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7-9 Nov., Lake Mead Aquatic Bird Survey Expedition Summary

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