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THIS WOOD DUCK drake, an unusual visitor to the pond in City Park, is just one of many birds that will be listed during the annual Christmas Bird Count tomorrow. Birders will meet at the Cortez Cultural Center at 8:30 a.m. wearing warm clothes and bearing binoculars, field guides, water bottles and lunches. Their data will join information collected all across the country to help determine how bird populations are faring. Enlargephoto

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THIS WOOD DUCK drake, an unusual visitor to the pond in City Park, is just one of many birds that will be listed during the annual Christmas Bird Count tomorrow. Birders will meet at the Cortez Cultural Center at 8:30 a.m. wearing warm clothes and bearing binoculars, field guides, water bottles and lunches. Their data will join information collected all across the country to help determine how bird populations are faring.

THIS WOOD DUCK drake, an unusual visitor to the pond in City Park, is just one of many birds that will be listed during the annual Christmas Bird Count tomorrow. Birders will meet at the Cortez Cultural Center at 8:30 a.m. wearing warm clothes and bearing binoculars, field guides, water bottles and lunches. Their data will join information collected all across the country to help determine how bird populations are faring.