End-of-season reminders
Pileated Woodpecker by FeederWatcher James Bass in Wahpeton, North Dakota.

Project FeederWatch eNews

April 20, 2022

End-of-Season Reminders

The FeederWatch season ends Friday, April 30, which means Thursday, April 29, is the last day to start a two-day count.

It's Time to Renew for Next Season

If you are looking forward to participating again next season, now is the best time to renew. It will help us save resources on renewal mailings, and we will pass these savings on to you by keeping the participation fee as low as possible. FeederWatch is supported entirely by our participants—thank you for making this important research possible. Renew today!

Don't Forget to Describe Your Count Site

Help improve the value of your data for researchers by filling out or updating the Count Site Description form each year. If your form is not yet complete for this year, you will see a pink alert bar at the top of the Your Data home page on our website or you will see a red dot on the site description icon in our mobile app. Follow the link in the pink bar or tap the icon in the mobile app to describe your site. On the form on our website, you can see a grid of numbers on the right-hand side. The numbers correspond to questions on the page. As you complete items, the numbers in the grid turn green, so you can see what items remain to be completed. Be sure to click on the Submit Site Description button under the number grid when you are done or the "Save my answers and finish later" link above the button if you want to finish the form later or aren't able to answer all the questions. In the app, a summary at the bottom of the screen will indicate how many questions remain to be answered or confirmed.

Submit Your Counts

If you have not already done so, please submit whatever counts you have even if you only counted once. Every bit of information is valuable. All counts received by May 31 will be included in this fall's edition of Winter Bird Highlights.

Verify Your Email Address

Before you submit your last count this season, please click on the Manage Account link in the top right corner of the Your Data home page. Check to be sure that the email address shown is correct. The address is used for automatic login name and password reminders and by FeederWatch staff if we need to contact you with any questions about your reports.
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Project FeederWatch is a joint project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Birds Canada. Project FeederWatch is sponsored in the U.S. and Canada by Wild Birds Unlimited and in Canada by Armstrong Bird Food.

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a nonprofit organization supported by friends and members. Our mission is to interpret and conserve the earth's biological diversity through research, education, and citizen science focused on birds.

Birds Canada is our country's leading national charitable organization dedicated to bird research and conservation. Our mission is to conserve wild birds of Canada through sound science, on-the-ground actions, innovative partnerships, public engagement, and science based advocacy.


Project FeederWatch Contact Information

For U.S. participants:
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Project FeederWatch
159 Sapsucker Woods Rd
Ithaca, NY 14850
(607) 254-2427

For Canadian participants:
Birds Canada/Oiseaux Canada
P.O. Box 160
Port Rowan, ON N0E 1M0
(519) 586-3531
Toll Free: 1-888-448-BIRD (2473)

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