Click here for the PDF document with the detailed monthly results through June 2015.
90 bird species were identified in June’s bird survey. Although no new species were seen this month, the American Robin was actually a new species in May. The birder tallying the results commented, “Hard to believe we never had a Robin before.” The cumulative species total since January 2010 is now 226.
The American Robin is a member of the thrush family and is common throughout North America. The photo above is by Christopher L. Wood from The Cornell Lab of Ornithology All About Birds website, where you can learn more about the American Robin and view more photos.
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