Christmas Bird Count: Columbus

LocationThe Columbus Christmas Bird Count is centered at 39.9833 degrees North by -82.9167 degrees West, which is just southwest of the intersection of East 5th Avenue and Stelzer Road.  The count circle includes much of the city of Columbus and surrounding suburban areas.
HistoryThe Columbus CBC has been conducted annually since 1955.
Cumulative HistoryNo cumulative history available at this time.
ContactRobert Thorn (614-551-0643)

Detailed Annual Reports

January 13, 2018
Pine Warbler - Photo USFWS

2017 Columbus CBC Uses Mild Weather to Bulk Up Bird Totals

Count Summary On December 17, 74 observers sponsored by CAS spent the day counting birds in different areas of Columbus.  Relatively mild weather reduced the numbers […]
January 5, 2017
Sandhill Crane Soaring - Photo Earl Harrison

2016 Columbus CBC Weathers Icy Morning for Good Birds

Summary On December 18, 66 observers sponsored by CAS spent the day counting birds in different areas of Columbus.  An icy morning shortened the day for […]
February 9, 2016
Wood Thrush - Photo Lee Trott

2015 Columbus CBC: Cursed by Good Weather; Totals Suffer

Summary On December 20, 72 observers sponsored by CAS spent the day counting birds in different areas of Columbus.  A cool, clear day capped a month […]
January 5, 2015
Gray Catbird - Photo Earl Harrison

2014 Columbus CBC Participants Suffer Nice Day, Still Rack Up Good Totals

Summary On December 14, 80 observers sponsored by CAS spent the day counting birds in different areas of Columbus.  A mild, pleasant day made for easy […]
January 1, 2014

2013 Columbus CBC: Defying Icy Conditions

2013 Columbus CBC Participants Defy Icy Conditions to Dig Out Birds On December 15, 72 observers sponsored by CAS spent the day counting birds in different […]