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25 November 2016 – A special year-end message from Bird Studies Canada President, Steven Price.
18 May 2016 – Health check-up reveals weak pulse for many of our beloved birds.
Partnerships, Citizen Science critical to long-term conservation.
Last week, BirdLife Americas partner organizations converged in Panama for biennial meetings on bird conservation in the Western Hemisphere. Bird Studies Canada and the Panama Audubon Society had unusual news to share.
11 December 2015 – BSC president Steven Price reviews two new books about birds for the holidays.
11 December 2015 – Through our Latin American Training Program, we offer advanced migration monitoring training at Long Point Bird Observatory and abroad – most recently, in Belize.
10 December 2015 – It was a busy fall for waterbird surveys at Ontario’s IBAs, supported by outstanding teams of volunteers. We’re pleased to share the spectacular results.
9 December 2015 – Bird Studies Canada’s Dr. Christian Artuso recently participated in international meetings to support our grassland bird research and conservation initiatives.
30 November 2015 – The prominent Canadian satirist, author, and television personality recently visited Bird Studies Canada to learn about birds, migration monitoring research, and conservation.
16 November 2015 – A special year-end message from Bird Studies Canada President, Steven Price.
5 August 2015: An exciting update from the Motus Wildlife Tracking System! New details on the northbound spring migration of 19 thrushes (out of 67 tagged in Colombia).
15 July 2015: Groundbreaking research using the Motus Wildlife Tracking System provides amazing new details of birds’ habitat use at wintering and stopover areas, and their migratory flights.