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The tiny Golden-crowned Kinglet winters throughout much of North America, usually in dense conifers. Have you seen any this winter? ⠀ ⠀ This weekend you can participate in #communityscience simply by counting the birds in your backyard. Click the link in our bio and sign up for the Great Backyard Bird Count today. ⠀ ⠀ Photo: Darrel DeNune/Great Backyard Bird Count
Did you know Common Redpolls have been known to tunnel into the snow to stay warm during winter nights? Helena Garcia spotted this one during the Great Backyard Bird Count. ⠀ ⠀ Join bird lovers around the world this weekend for the Great Backyard Bird Count! Click the link in our bio to sign up. #GBBC
To get through cold winter nights, Pine Siskins ramp up their metabolic rates 40% higher than other songbirds their size. Judy Lyle spotted this one during the Great Backyard Bird Count.⠀ ⠀ Participate in #communityscience and join the Great Backyard Bird Count. The count ends on Monday, Feb. 19 so sign up today! Click the link in our bio for more info.
Are you participating in the 21st annual Great Backyard Bird Count? Tell us where you'll be counting! 🐦 #GBBC⠀ ⠀ Want to participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count but not sure how to get started? Click the link in our bio for more info.⠀ ⠀ Tufted Titmouse. Photo: Nancy Tully/Great Backyard Bird Count⠀
Get your binoculars ready, today is the first day of 21st annual Great Backyard Bird Count! 🎉 Help scientists study birds by counting the ones in your backyard. #GBBC⠀ ⠀ From Feb. 16-19, you can participate in #communityscience simply by counting birds for 15 minutes. Click the link in our bio and sign up for the Great Backyard Bird Count today.⠀⠀ ⠀ Pine Warbler. Photo: Richard Miller/Great Backyard Bird Count⠀
Most Wild Turkeys travel by walking, but when in flight they can reach speeds up to 60 miles per hour. ⠀ ⠀ You never know what you might see during the Great Backyard Bird Count! Will you be participating this weekend? #GBBC⠀ ⠀ Photo: Priscilla Morris/Great Backyard Bird Count⠀