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The 1999·2000 Nebraska Christmas Bird Count
Nebraska Bird Review
  • Stephen J. Dinsmore, Fort Collins, CO
Date of this Version
1-1-2000
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The 1999-2000 Nebraska Christmas Bird Count (Dinsmore) in Nebraska Bird Review (March 2000) 68(1). Copyright 2000, Nebraska Ornithologists' Union. Used by permission.

Abstract
The 1999·2000 Christmas Bird Count (CBC) period included ten counts in Nebraska (Table 2). These counts reported a total of 133 species, a great total for so few counts. Counts were scattered statewide, but most effort was in the eastern half of the state where most of the birders are. The top count this year was Lake McConaughy, where the combination of several lingering rarities, excellent participation, and great count weather led to a new record Nebraska count of 101 species, breaking the old record of 87 species. Other excellent totals were 85 at Harlan County, 84 at Branched Oak-Seward, and 74 at both Lincoln and Omaha. Not surprisingly, Omaha (32) and Lincoln (26) had the most field observers.
Citation Information
Stephen J. Dinsmore. "The 1999·2000 Nebraska Christmas Bird Count" (2000)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stephen_dinsmore/15/