In November of 2015, I saw a Northern Mockingbird 20 out of the 30 days. A Brown-headed Nuthatch? 3 of the 30 days. European Starling? 8 days.
If you’re a rational person, you’re asking yourself two questions:
- How does she know that?
- Why does she care?
Because I like symmetry, I’ll give you two answers:
- I’m a little bit crazy.
- I really, really like data.
On May 22, 2015, I embarked on a 365 day-long project. For the duration of a year, I was going to record every species I saw every single day. Yep, that’s right. I was going to list every day for an entire year.
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