The Great Backyard Bird Count

Members of the Eastern Long Island Audubon Society

Members of the Eastern Long Island Audubon Society take a birding walk among the marshes of the William Floyd Estate in Mastic Beach in 2013. The site is hosting a guided walk Feb. 15, 2004 to coincide with the society's Great Backyard Bird Count. (Credit: Sally Newbert/Eastern Long Island Audubon Society)

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The Great Backyard Bird Count takes a snapshot of birds around the world, asking people to take a tally of feathered visitors to birdfeeders, backyards and in nature. On Long Island, look for nuthatches, ring-necked pheasants, red-tailed hawks, as well as blue jays, cardinals and other birds.

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