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December 3, 2011 at 3:11 PM

Wildlife bird watchers need help for Christmas Bird Counting

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During the holiday season, several Audubon Society Chapters conduct the annual Christmas Bird Counts throughout Washington.

The Audubon needs veteran and novice wildlife watcher to contribute their sightings over a 24-hour period to the world’s longest-running bird database.

To get involved, visit the Washington Ornithology Society’s website for a counting circle in your area.

(Photo by Dean Rutz, Seattle Times staff photographer)

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