Re: [cayugabirds-l] Christmas Bird Count results

2022-01-07 Thread madonna stallmann
Thank you, Paul! This represents hours of dedication and work. A beautiful
gift to the community! And thanks to all the organizers & section leaders
for making the Ithaca Christmas Bird Count possible!
Madonna Stallmann

On Wed, Jan 5, 2022, 8:14 AM Paul Anderson  wrote:

>
> Now that count week is over, the results are in. I've uploaded the
> spreadsheet to the website, or you can find it at this link:
> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1h_yJJbgHOVv_WFEtMalpCVA7rcH6aknA/edit?usp=sharing=103035821827588507778=true=true
> .
>
> On the day we had 81 species, which was low. We made up some lost ground
> in the last few days with a few new count week species, mostly observed
> from Hog Hole. The total for the week is now 94, which is only 4 below the
> 10-year average.
>
> All the data is in that spreadsheet. Enjoy!
>
> -Paul
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Christmas Bird Count results

2022-01-05 Thread Karen
Hi Paul,
    Thanks for the wonderful job. I compiled the count for several years. Linda 
and I entered the back data and we compiled a gaph of the changing abundance. 
Kevin compiled for a number of years and merged his and Jay's photos with each 
species. You showed the history of the numbers for each species and tabulated 
species with count highs and lows. Each technique is great, and a choice that 
the compiler gets to make. Thanks for getting all this together. It is a lot of 
work
John
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Re: [cayugabirds-l] Christmas Bird Count results

2022-01-05 Thread Laura Stenzler
Thanks so much, Paul!  It’s a lot of work!!!

Laura

Laura Stenzler
l...@cornell.edu

On Jan 5, 2022, at 8:14 AM, Paul Anderson  wrote:



Now that count week is over, the results are in. I've uploaded the spreadsheet 
to the website, or you can find it at this link: 
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1h_yJJbgHOVv_WFEtMalpCVA7rcH6aknA/edit?usp=sharing=103035821827588507778=true=true.

On the day we had 81 species, which was low. We made up some lost ground in the 
last few days with a few new count week species, mostly observed from Hog Hole. 
The total for the week is now 94, which is only 4 below the 10-year average.

All the data is in that spreadsheet. Enjoy!

-Paul
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