To halt and reverse biodiversity loss, we need strong commitment from our policy makers today that will save our iconic grasslands and the birds that need them for their survival.
Canadian environmental groups call for ambitious global and national action to save nature before it’s too late
Nature is in crisis because of the on-going rampant destruction of land and ocean ecosystems, as well as the catastrophic effects of climate change.
Birds Canada is hiring a web application developer. The position will be responsible for the development and maintenance of software applications, in particular web applications and APIs, used for the management of bird population and tracking data through the NatureCounts platform (naturecounts.ca) and Motus Wildlife Tracking Network (motus.org).
Bill 23 or the “More Homes Built Faster Act, 2022” was introduced by the Government of Ontario on October 25, 2022 and passed on November 28, 2022. We at Birds Canada believe the proposed changes will harm native Ontario wildlife species and their habitats.
The new Cottage Life documentary special Loons: A Cry From The Mist chronicles a year in the life of Canada’s iconic bird, the Common Loon. You can watch the complete documentary online.
This upcoming season marks the 123rd year for the Christmas Bird Count in Canada. This event is a winter tradition for thousands of Canadians and a great introduction to Citizen Science.
NatureCOP is a UN biodiversity conference happening in Montreal this December. It’s an opportunity for the world to agree on a plan to stop nature loss once and for all. Birds Canada is speaking up for birds at this critical moment.
Last February, Birds Canada and partners launched the Chimney Swift Chimney Restoration Fund (also known as the Chimney Swift Fund). This major new initiative is supporting recovery efforts for the Chimney Swift, listed as Threatened under Canada’s Species at Risk Act.
The Baillie Fund is one way your Birdathon support is put into action. One project funded in 2022 is tracking Broad-winged to find out where they go throughout the year and inform conservation efforts.
The Landscape Science and Conservation team at Birds Canada anticipates hiring two (2) Key Biodiversity Areas Technicians, beginning in January 2023.