Links to Reports of past Wolfville CBC’s:
2020 – 2019 – 2018 – 2017 – 2016 – 2015 – 2014 – 2013 – 2012
2011 – 2010 – 2009 – 2008 – 2007 – 2006 – 2005 – 2004
2003 – 2002 – 2001 – 2000 – 1999 – 1998 – 1997 – 1996
All of the above results and more are available at the National Audubon Societies Webpage https://netapp.audubon.org/cbcobservation/
A Christmas Bird Count (CBC) has been performed in the Wolfville area for over 80 years. For more details read the history article referred below. The present Wolfville count circle (shown in the map here) is centred on Highway #1 in Greenwich and has a radius of 7-1/2 miles. The circle is sub-divided into 24 areas, each of which is covered by one or more canvasers on the ‘count-day’ for that year. The count occurs in December of each year near the 25th.
The CBC participants record the species and their numbers seen that day. They also keep track of the time and distance travelled during the count actiivities. All of these statistics are collected by the count-day director and collated for submitting to Bird Studies Canada.
For participation in the Count please register with the coordinator before the event.
George Forsyth – 902-542-7116 – Coordinator [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Resource Material for the Christmas count.
Right-click (Windows) and save or print the graphics.
- Area Boundary Descriptions – with current assigned field observers
- Count Report Form (pdf file) – suitable for printing. [NEW – Please use this form]
Count Report Form (txt file) – suitable for electronic editing and emailing (save the page to a file)
- Rare Bird Documentation Form -(pdf file for printing) Use this to report sightings of rare birds
(Text Form for emailing) (Rare Bird Documentation Form – MS Doc format)
More readings about the Wolfville Christmas Bird Count are available at the links below: