If you have never done a Count before, the best description is an all-day census of birds within a predefined 15-mile diameter circle. The Dallas Count Circle is centered near the intersection of Inwood Road and Cedar Springs. We have divided the larger circle into 12 smaller zones for easier canvassing by teams of birders. Think of it as a fun day outdoors, watching and counting our wintering birds in Dallas. Parties of observers under the leadership of zone leaders go out to count and to identify every observed bird within the circle. You do not have to be an experienced birder to help.
A "countdown dinner" at the end of the day is a CBC tradition. All participants are invited to attend our countdown dinner at 5:30 pm to compile the bird species numbers for the day at Luby's Cafeteria, 6221 East Mockingbird Lane, about 2 blocks west of the Abrams/Mockingbird intersection
Info: Reba Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 972-530-2412.