Thursday, April 25, 2013

Extreme Birding

Today, April 25 is designated as the day the Cornell Lab of Ornithology will attempt to break the record for the most birds found in a single day. If you love birds as much as we do, you know that migrating patterns depend on weather pattern and temperature. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology will track birds as they migrate over Texas, in hopes of recording more species in any one day. The goal, to track over 265 species! If your kids have grown and miss the opportunities to raise funds for a good cause, make your pledge here! And follow on Facebook along throughout the day to keep updated with the finds!

The non-profit organization's mission is to interpret and conserve the environment focusing on five key areas: research, education, citizen science, technology and conservation.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a world leader in the study, appreciation and conservation of birds, and is apart of Cornell University.

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