Great Backyard Bird Count
View/Download 116th CBC Summary Report for Salina 2016 HERE Great Backyard Bird Count 2016 - Learn how to participate by clicking HERE or Open PDF Flyer describing GBBC by clicking HERE SHAS Christmas Bird Count (CBC) Cost: None Open to All, whether Audubon members or the general public Code:KSSL Location: 15 mile circle Center: on State St just 0.85 mile east of Stae St exit off I-135. 0.35 miles east of RR tracks crossing The 2015 CBC will be conducted on Saturday, 19-Dec-2015 We will assemble teams at 7:30 am at Lakewood Discovery Center. We will return at noon for lunch and collect any additional birders that wish to bird in the afternoon only. Dinner and Compilation/summing of various team count at Jim's Country Style Chicken, 649 S Bdwy, Salina at 5:30 pm. If you wish to participate in the CBC, but do not want to go out with us, then consider a feeder watch on the 19th of December in your backyard. Detailed instructions for the Feeder Watch can be found in following documents, just click on each title: Feeder Watch Guide Map of Salina CBC Circle Feeder Watch Datasheet Species List Reservations Webpage: Click HERE If you would like to make a reservation, please send an email to specifying your desired dates of check-in and check-out and which house you would like to reserve. The calendar on the reservations webpage shows the availability of both houses–unavailable dates will be marked throughout the calendar for each house separately. Because there are two houses on the Sanctuary, it is possible that your stay in one house may occur on the same dates as guests in the other house; but we assure you that the prairies, hills and skies are vast and your sense of solitude on the 5,000-acre Sanctuary will not be diminished. While overnight guests are staying in either house, no other visitors will be granted access to the property. See detailed comparison of lodging choices by clicking HERE Submitted 25-March by Bobby Hiebert, VP of Smoky Hills Audubon Society "On Saturday, March 21, 2015 Bobby "Birdman" and Tess Hiebert got word that a Saline County friend had owls in their barn. Read Full Story of Barn Owl sighting by Bobby Hiebert HERE