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Great Gifts for Bird Lovers


Pileated Woodpeckers Photo: Aaron Marshall

The holiday season is just around the corner! Looking for gifts that support bird research and conservation?

A gift membership in Project FeederWatch makes an excellent present for bird lovers. By counting the kinds and numbers of birds at their feeders, participants help our scientists monitor and protect winter bird populations. Joining is easy, and you don’t need to be an expert to get involved! Get the low-down from current FeederWatchers in our new Project FeederWatch video.

For a donation of $35 or more, you’ll receive a Bird Studies Canada gift membership, participation in our Citizen Science programs, fun and informative project materials, and a subscription to our BirdWatch Canada magazine. Sign up online or call us toll-free at 1-888-448-2473 ext. 121. It is also possible to give a gift membership to Bird Studies Canada without signing up the recipient for Project FeederWatch. Please order your gift memberships by December 1.

For those who enjoy crafts as much as they enjoy birds, bird-themed yarn could be just the thing. At Songbird Yarn and Fibres, you will find playful products in colour combinations inspired by birds from Canada and around the world. The yarn is available in three weights and is dyed using immersion and handpainting techniques. For each skein purchased, $2 goes toward Bird Studies Canada’s research and conservation work.

Looking for unique bird-themed t-shirts, tote bags, and tea towels? Check out the brand new BirdLife Online Store. Our partners at BirdLife International will receive a donation from each sale.

Thank you for your support!

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