Bird(s) observed

HOW TO MAKE BIRD OBSERVATIONS

  • What to do: Observe all the birds you see in your yard or at school.
    • Identify the species
    • Count the number of birds of each species
  • Start of observations: from 10 March
  • Observation schedule: every 2-3 days
  • When to watch: Mornings and evenings are the best times to see and hear the birds singing.
  • Equipment: Ideally binoculars, a notebook and a bird identification book.
  • A web site that may be useful for identification: http://www.oiseauxparlacouleur.com/
  • Feed the birds!
    • Favors the coming of the birds.
    • All types of feeders and seed mixes can increase the chances of making observations (here are a few examples).

ADD YOUR OBSERVATION ONLINE

  • Website: new.desnidschezvous.com
  • Register on the Intranet: From March 10, using the Register button (in the menu on the right).
    • If you are already registered for a nesting box, keep the same username.
  • Enter your data!
    • " Add an observation " → " In your yard " or " At a school " → " Bird(s) observed ... "

*** If no birds were seen, that should be noted as well. Seeing nothing is just as important in science! ***