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The annual Gravenhurst-Bracebridge Christmas Bird Count will be held this Sunday

The annual Gravenhurst-Bracebridge Christmas Bird Count will be held this Sunday Dec 17. The count is sponsored by the Muskoka Field Naturalists but non-members are welcome to attend. We always can use additional counters regardless of experience. The weather should be warmer on the weekend and we expect to find 30 to 40 species. Below are more details taken from our newsletter.

From the Wakerobin:
SUNDAY, DEC. 17: Christmas Bird Count and Pot-Luck Supper Plan to join us! Counters will meet at 9 a.m. at
the rear of the post office in Bracebridge or McDonalds' in Gravenhurst. Bring binoculars, warm clothes, field
guides, lunch (or plan a Tim Horton's stop). Assemble at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Bracebridge
between 4 and 5 p.m., for some warm-up refreshments followed by our annual pot-luck. Top last year's numbers
by joining a team and bone-up on your birding skills! If you have a question contact Al at 645-2848 or email


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