Join us for Bird-a-thon 2014 from April 1 – June 30
Calling all bird enthusiasts! No matter your skill level, you can participate in the ICF Bird-a-thon and help support the programs that protect cranes and the habitats that they, and a multitude of additional species, depend upon. There are several ways to be part of the fun:
Photo: Cape May Warbler by K.S. Gopi Sundar
Download your 2014 Bird-a-thon packet
Individual or team raising the most dollars:
1st Prize: The Vortex Viper 6x32 Binoculars go to Team Tennessee.
2nd Prize: The Atlas Optics Sky King 8x42 Binoculars go to Team Blotz-Hallam-Kohl.
3rd Prize: The Eagle Optics Ranger 6x32 Binoculars go to Mary Manering.
Individual or team spotting the most species:
The “Big Day” Birder Prize goes to Team Tennessee with 151 species recorded. They win the Atlas Optics Sky King 8x42 Binoculars.
Honorable Mention (for those who did not qualify to win a prize):
The Craniac team recorded 134 species and raised a total of $15,415.80!
John and Judy Day recorded 76 species and raised a total of $5,672!
Prizes for the most funds raised and most species observed are generously donated by Eagle Optics.