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“HL”, affectionately known as Helen Louise by our field biologists, is a Piping Plover banded as an adult in 2014 by the Canadian Wildlife Service as part of an ongoing study to better understand this Endangered species.+
Birds Canada is seeking an experienced Conservation Planner to work with Birds Canada staff and partners within a Conservation Standards framework to inform and strengthen evidence-based decision-making, and increase effectiveness of monitoring and priority conservation actions for aerial insectivores and other avian Species At Risk (SAR) across Federal-Provincial Priority Places in Atlantic Region, as well as Priority Sectors, and SAR Partnerships on Agricultural Lands Initiatives.+
Birds Canada is seeking a Conservation Coordinator to lead the delivery of a conservation strategy and the development of a Citizen Science-based monitoring program for Bank Swallow in Atlantic Canada.+
The HR Manager plays a critical role in supporting our most valuable resource – our people. The HR Manager leads in the development and implementation of the organization’s HR policies and processes.+
Birds Canada is seeking an Executive Assistant to provide high-level administrative and executive support to the President, the Board and its committees, and the Management Team.+
Avian Conservation and Ecology is seeking a new Editor-in-Chief to work closely with co-Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Alex Bond.+
The Canadian Lakes Loon Survey 40-year Report has been released and the results are telling scientists that the Common Loon, Gavia immer, is experiencing mysterious declines in the number of chicks surviving to adulthood.+
Scattered across pockets of remaining habitat in southern Alberta and Saskatchewan, you can find one of Canada’s truly outstanding bird species – the Thick-billed Longspur.+
During the 2021 field season in northern New Brunswick, our goals were to find new individuals or clusters of Bicknell's Thrushes on isolated mountaintops that had never been surveyed before.+
Climate change and loss of biodiversity and are two challenges threatening the future of humanity.+
Birds Canada is a non-profit, charitable organization built on the enthusiastic contributions of thousands of caring members and volunteer Citizen Scientists.
Our mission is to conserve wild birds through sound science, on-the-ground actions, innovative partnerships, public engagement, and science-based advocacy.
“Project FeederWatch makes birdwatching at home so interesting it’s hard to tear ourselves away from the window! What a wonderful project!”