The website of the Medford Leas Birders has reports on the 30th Annual Bird Census on the Medford Campus held on January 18 and the 18th Winter Census at the Lumberton Campus held on January 25. Narratives accompanying the census data were written by Birders Chairman, Robert Koch. On the Medford Campus 371 individuals of 25 species were seen or heard. House Finch was abundant, then White-throated Sparrows. Canada Geese and Carolina Chickadees tied for third. Dark-eyed Juncos, Cardinals, Robins, Blue Jays, and Gold Finch were common. There was one Red-tailed Hawk and one Downy Woodpecker. The one Red-breasted Nuthatch was outnumbered by nine White-breasted Nuthatch cousins.At Lumberton, more than 1500 individuals of 31 species were seen or heard. Canada Geese, Mergansers, Ring-necked Ducks, and Red Wing Blackbirds were abundant. There were Flickers and three species of woodpeckers, a Red-tailed Hawk, one Cooper’s Hawk, and a Great-Horned Owl.