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Mono Lake Shorebird Counts

Experienced volunteers are needed each August!

This is a chance to explore remote parts of Mono Lake and count shorebirds, ducks, and other birds. Since 1994, Mono Lake has had a net rise. Help us monitor birds as changes to lakeshore habitat occur. In April (discontinued due to lack of volunteers) you can expect to find American Avocets, Eared Grebes, White-faced Ibises, Western and Least Sandpipers, ducks and geese, with the potential to see Snowy Plovers, Dunlins, Dowitchers, and much more! In August you can expect to find large numbers of American Avocets, Phalaropes, Western and Least Sandpipers, ducks, Snowy Plovers, and much more!

Contact: Bartshe Miller (bar-shay) at 760.647.6595 at the Mono Lake Committee for more information, or email

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