Rosy-finch bird feeder count project – Volunteer Recruitment

Calling all bird enthusiasts – we need you!!
We are now recruiting volunteers from across the western U.S. for our winter Rosy-finch Bird Feeder survey project. Volunteers for this project spend 20-minutes each month from December through April doing a count of Rosy-finches and other birds at their home bird feeder, or a publicly accessible feeder near them. To participate, you just need to be located within the winter range of the three North American Rosy-finch species: the Gray-crowned, Black, and Brown-capped Rosy-finch (see map below). Even if you haven’t seen rosy-finches at your feeder before, if you’re in the range, we’d love your participation! We will be hosting a live zoom training on November 15th from 7pm-8pm MST, or participants can watch the recording afterward. Learn more about the project and sign up at
Bird Feeder Watchers Needed Courtesy and Copyright Sageland Collaborative

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