CBC4Kids – 2020/2021

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All organizers and participants should review the recommendations for conducting a
CBC4Kids during the COVID 19 pandemic.

 

Delta (for youth) – ages 11-18
Masks are mandatory – Note may be cancelled at short notice due to covid guidelines and regulations.
Sunday, 03 January 2021
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM PST
Meet at: 9 am at the foot of 72nd St at the Boundary Bay Dyke
3388 72nd St., Delta

For more information contact: bcbirdergirl at gmail.com

Prince George Christmas Bird Count for Kids (ages 5-12)

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Penticton Christmas Bird Count for Kids (ages 5-12)

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9th Annual Eastern Fraser Valley NatureKids CBC4Kids (ages 5-12)

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Langley Christmas Bird Count for Kids (ages 5-10)

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Burnaby Lake Christmas Bird Count for Kids (Ages 8-14)

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North Vancouver

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Vancouver

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Pender Island

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Happy Christmas Bird counting!

Last updated 02 November 2020

4 responses to “CBC4Kids – 2020/2021

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  2. Frank Schroeder

    Under the auspices of the local count circle?

    • No It doesn’t. It’s a CBC for kids, and is typically just a couple of hours in length with hot chocolate and snacks to follow. It takes place in a specific, limited area, with lots of birds to see e.g. Burnaby Lake. Parents often come along. The purpose of the event is to introduce young birders to what CBC’s are like, but it’s not a full blown CBC. The data is collected separately from the Audubon CBC database, and is usually entered into eBird. See the poster below the Richmond count which outlines what a typical count does.
      Cheers,
      Larry Cowan
      BCFO

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