Every year, people from all over the U.S. come together to count birds for the Great American Backyard Bird Count, a citizen science project that monitors bird populations. Join a dedicated group of birders including members of the Howard County Bird Club and nature center staff on a short trail hike to identify and help count birds. Then enjoy a hearty winter breakfast at the Robinson Nature Center. $20 per person, $15 members. Registration/Information: 410-313-0400.
Event begins at 8:00AM
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