One Rusty Blackbird, One Snowy Owl: Counting 22,033 Birds
Robert A. Culbert

The 56th annual Martha’s Vineyard Christmas Bird Count was held on Saturday, Jan. 2.

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Blustery Bird Count Day Doesn't Deter Bevy of Birders
Bill Eville
It was cold and blustery on Jan. 2, but that didn’t stop a large number of Island birders from heading out into nature for the 56th annual Christmas Bird Count on the Vineyard.
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Barn Owls to Winter Wrens; Christmas Bird Count Results Are in
Robert A. Culbert

This year’s annual Christmas Bird Count participants, 65 in the field and 29 watching their feeders, found more birds than we had in recent years.

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Foul Weather Makes for Daunting Bird Count
Susan B. Whiting
The Christmas Bird Count was a lackluster event this year. All the teams had to work hard to find birds. The total seen presently is 121 different species.
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Birders of a Feather Flock Together for Christmas Bird Count
Alex Elvin
Lots of birders, but fewer birds, showed up on Saturday for the 55th annual Christmas Bird Count. The historic tally tracks how species increase or decrease each year.
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Christmas Bird Count Is Coming
Susan B. Whiting
Christmas has special meaning depending on who you are and what you believe.
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Christmas Bird Count by the Numbers
The 2013 Christmas Bird Count was held Jan. 4 on the Vineyard and tallied 16,349 individuals and 119 species.
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Always a Beginner on Hunt for Birds
Katherine Scott
A self-described beginning birder for almost 25 years finds the annual Christmas Bird Count a journey of discovery this year.
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Christmas Bird Count Soars With Many Colorful Presents
Ivy Ashe
Shortly after 11 a.m. on Saturday a large flock of buffleheads, common goldeneye and scaup floating on the southwest side of Sengekontacket Pond began to move as a unit towards the frozen marshes on the shore of the pond.
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Christmas Bird Count
Robert A. Culbert
The annual Martha’s Vineyard Christmas Bird Count was held on Saturday, Jan. 4. There were 39 hardy people who ventured out into the cold weather (-7 degrees at the airport at 7 a.m.) to count birds, and another 14 people who recorded the birds visiting their feeders.
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