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Duke Forest Bird Survey
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- Subject: Duke Forest Bird Survey
- From: Barbara Collins-Perry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 13:35:54 -0800 (PST)
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Duke Forest Bird Survey -- Exciting new project!!
Experienced birders are needed to lead teams to
count birds for a new project in Duke Forest. The goal
is to survey the Durham, Korstian, Blackwood, and
possibly the Eno/Hillsborough tracts four times a year
to census Spring and Fall migrants and breeding and
winter residents. The counts will be run similarly to
Christmas Bird Counts. Target dates for the counts are
the first week of May, the third week of June, the
third week of September, and the first week of
A compiler is also needed. Work includes
collecting and verifying data from all the teams and
entering the data into a database or spreadsheet. Data
from the counts will be archived by Duke Forest. One
long-term goal of the project is to develop a Bird
Atlas of the Duke Forest!
The project is being headed up by Mike Burke,
Forestry Technician at Duke University and assisted by
volunteers Jeff Pippen, Will Cook, and myself. Please
contact me at email@example.com or 403-8345, if you
would like to volunteer!
—Bobbie Collins-Perry, New Hope Audubon Society member
and Duke Forest volunteer
Durham, North Carolina
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