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Eagle-eyed bird-watchers keep 121-year-old tradition alive despite pandemic

Original post made on Dec 25, 2020

Every year since 1900, birders have braved the winter weather to engage in what's considered to be the longest-running citizen science survey in the world: the Audobon Society's Christmas Bird Count.

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Posted by Toni
a resident of Shoreline West
on Dec 25, 2020 at 12:23 pm

Toni is a registered user.

Staying strictly on topic: The press also watches and counts birds - every day. They are now called "politicians." DNA now proves that they descend from meat-eating dinosaurs - cross-breading and evolving over time. For example, it is now believed that DONALD TRUMP is a cross between a VULTURE and a DODO BIRD (previously last seen on an island in the Indian Ocean in 1662).


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