[CT Birds] "SeaBC" Sea Bird Count Event
rsdmayo at sbcglobal.net
Tue Nov 22 20:28:56 EST 2011
...And I'm sure it wouldn't hurt to do a SeaBC during a CBC. All Connecticut coastal counts Greenwich-Stamford, Westport, Stratford-Milford, New Haven, Old Lyme, New London) would benefit immensely from boating birders.
--- On Tue, 11/22/11, Diana Doyle <diana at managingthewaterway.com> wrote:
From: Diana Doyle <diana at managingthewaterway.com>
Subject: [CT Birds] "SeaBC" Sea Bird Count Event
To: ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
Date: Tuesday, November 22, 2011, 6:21 PM
Go SeaBC Birding with a Boater this December!
Have a friend with a seaworthy sailboat, sportfish or trawler? Convince them to take you out for a sail or motor for the inaugural "SeaBC" Sea Bird Count! It’s like a Christmas Bird Count (CBC) or backyard bird count, but where you count birds at sea. Choose your weather day in December and count all the birds you see for a few hours or an entire day.
The SeaBC was created to raise awareness among boaters from around the world to record their seabird observations. The organizers are a group of long-distance sailors from around the world who are also birders. Several of the cruising rallies (such as the ARC, Caribbean 1500 and Baja Ha-Ha) are encouraging participation by their fleet boats.
The central clearinghouse for the data will be Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s eBird website.
For additional information and tally sheets, go to Facebook.com/Birding.Aboard and select "SeaBC/Resources", or email info <at> birdingaboard.com.
You may be a landlubber, but if you know birds, team up with a boating friend to add to the count! Or count from this winter's yacht charter or cruise!
St. Augustine, FL
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