Utah Breeding Bird surveys

The North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) is a long-term, large-scale, avian monitoring program initiated in 1966. BBS data is used to track population trends and distributions of North American breeding bird species.

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Tracy Aviary and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources are working in partnership to coordinate the Utah Breeding Bird Survey. Within Utah there are 99 survey routes monitored annually between mid-May and June by Citizen Scientists from all over the state. 

Information about 2017 Breeding Bird Surveys Coming soon