A Mini Breeding Bird Survey (MBBS) is a small-scale version of the full Breeding Bird Survey organized each year by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service throughout North America. An MBBS focuses on one county. Volunteers count birds seen or heard along randomly chosen routes on secondary roads. The objective is to determine the distribution of breeding birds in the county and to assess any year-to-year changes in their numbers.
The following visualizations shows trends for 4 of the 100+ species observed in over twenty years of our survey. As you can see,
View more details results and analysis here.
You need not be an expert birder to participate in the MBBS! We just ask that you can:
If you have questions, please contact Allen Hurlbert or Bradley Saul.