If you enjoy watching birds at your feeders, consider joining forces with us for Project FeederWatch. Our 24th season begins on November 13 and lasts until April 8. More than 15,000 participants count birds at their feeders as often as once per week and send their observations to scientists at the Cornell Lab. These reports help our scientists better understand population trends and movements of our favorite backyard birds. See the results for yourself in Winter Bird Highlights, a summary of the 2009-10 season included with this mailing. Will siskins and redpolls return to our feeders this winter? Did Eurasian Collared-Doves continue to move across the continent? We need your help to know! Join at any time at www.feederwatch.org or by calling 800-843-2473.