Waterloo (Faville Grove Sanctuary) Christmas Bird Count
December 14 @ 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
Southern Wisconsin is home to a wonderful diversity of habitats and birds, including in winter! The annual Christmas Bird Count is a great citizen science project that involves meeting other enthusiastic birders and helping collect important data about birds at the same time!
The Waterloo Christmas Bird Count will be held Thursday, December 14 (start and end times are approximately 7:00 am – 2:00 pm), and coordinated by Karen Etter Hale.
Volunteers are needed to count birds at Faville Grove Sanctuary in Jefferson County to help tally birds at that site to contribute to the broader Waterloo Christmas Bird Count. Venture out in groups to various parts of the sanctuary to document the birds seen and heard in those areas.
Faville Grove is a wonderful place to visit in the winter! There will be quite a bit of hiking (3+ miles), possibly through snow.