This map shows the total number of points that have been completed for the Triangle Bird Count during the spring of 2021 (as of May 10th, 2021).

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As of May 10th, 82 survey points have been conducted by our volunteers and a total of 64 species have been documented in the triangle area. The figure shows the diversity of birds by cities so far! (Note: there are various surveying efforts in different cities, the figure below only shows a relative bird diversity by cities. More comprehensive results will be on the way as more data coming in.)

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Below is a summary of the bird observations (by May 10th). The top 10 were

  1. American Robin (166),
  2. Northern Cardinal (136),
  3. House Finch (84),
  4. Blue Jay (62),
  5. Carolina Chickadee (60),
  6. Carolina Wren (60),
  7. Cedar Waxwing (57),
  8. Pine Siskin (56),
  9. American Crow (55),
  10. Common Grackle (55).