Greenville County Bird Club
Projects - Christmas Bird Count

Christmas Bird Count

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Since the first Christmas Bird Count in 1900, volunteers have compiled the longest running database in ornithology, representing over a century of unbroken data on trends of early-winter bird populations across the Americas. The count is the compilation of data from field parties as well as from short jaunt and backyard or feeder surveys. Each group's Christmas Bird Count takes place within a fixed circle with a diameter of 15 miles. The Greenville County Bird Club's count circle is centered at the intersection of SC Hwy 253 and Fews Bridge Rd in northern Greenville County and includes Lake Cunningham, Lake Robinson, Berry’s Millpond, and Paris Mountain State Park. For complete details about the Christmas Bird Count's history and annual results from across North America, visit the Audubon Society's CBC website.


Next Christmas Bird Count:  TBD, December 2017


Results 

excel logoGCBC Xmas Count Report 12-17-2016

excel logoCBC Results 2004 - 2016

acrobat logoCBC Results Archive - 1978 - 1998



Forms and Map 

acrobat logo CBC rare bird reporting form

acrobat logo CBC bird checklist

 
The North Greenville count circle, located just north of Greenville, is shown on the map below.  Click on the shaded areas in the map below for info about the specific area.  Click and drag to move the map, and scroll in/out or use the +/- buttons in the lower right corner to zoom in or out.  A legend can be shown by clicking on the icon in the upper left corner of the map.


If you are interested in participating in other Christmas Bird Counts in the area, have a look at the Carolina Bird Club's Christmas Bird Count page, listing all counts in the Carolinas.