The final numbers for Cortes Island’s Christmas Bird Count, which took place on January 5th, 2022, are in.
One of the key organizers, George Sirk, described his personal high point as watching the birds at Christian Gronau and Aileen Douglas’ bird feeder.
Continue reading The 2021 Christmas Bird Count on Cortes Island
When you talk about Cortes Island’s population, most of us think of humans but there is an even larger avian population. The Cortes museum has been taking part in the Audobon Society‘s annual Christmas Bird Count since 2001. There were 38 participants this year. Most were in five groups, but there were also a number of people who reported birds visiting feeders, or parts of the island not on the established routes.
Continue reading 2019 Christmas Bird Count