Core Count Priority Dates
To aid coordination, counts should be made on the priority dates listed below, ideally during the morning or, at coastal sites, when tidal conditions are suitable. If you are unable to count at this time, please select the nearest suitable alternative date in that month.
Where tidal conditions at coastal sites are unfavourable on these dates, Local Organisers are encouraged to agree alternative dates. Ideally, these should be separated by at least three weeks from counts in the preceding and following months. Counts on different count units within complex sites should be co-ordinated to avoid the possibility of double counting.
Add priority dates to your Google Calendar - click on "+ Google Calendar" in bottom right-hand corner to add it to your Google Calendar.
Priority dates in iCal format - add to another electronic calendar.
|20th January||17th February||24th March|
|21st April||19th May||16th June|
|7th July||4th August||15th September|
|13th October||17th November||15th December|
|12th January||9th February||8th March|
|12th April||10th May||7th June|
|5th July||23rd August||20th September|
|18th October||15th November||13th December|
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