Join the Christmas Bird Count in the upper Alameda Creek watershed, sponsored by the Alameda Creek Alliance and Ohlone Audubon Society
The 11th annual Eastern Alameda Christmas Bird Count will be held on Friday, December 20, 2019.
A huge thank you to Rich Cimino for initiating the Eastern Alameda bird count!
The Christmas Bird Count is an annual nationwide volunteer-based bird survey effort coordinated by the Audubon Society to promote bird conservation and assess long-term trends in winter bird populations.
The annual Eastern Alameda County bird count was initiated in 2009. The 15 mile radius count circle is in the vicinity of the towns of Sunol, Pleasanton and Livermore, and includes five East Bay Regional Parks, significant SFPUC watershed lands, and East Bay birding hotspots such as lower Mines Road, Sunol Wilderness, and Sycamore Grove Park.
Birders and volunteers with any level of experience can participate in the Christmas Bird Count.
Please contact Jeff Miller (Jeff AT alamedacreek DOT org; (510) 499-9185) if you are interested in participating or in being an area count leader.
More information here.