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If you live in an area with swifts, here are quick and simple actions to keep swifts and homeowners safe and happy.+
Old growth logging along coastal British Columbia has long been a contentious issue, and recently, has led to protests on southern Vancouver Island. These ecosystems are important for several birds considered species at risk.+
Coming this summer, a new Birds Canada podcast - The Warblers! Featuring interesting guests sharing information and inspiration about birds and bird conservation in Canada.+
The Nocturnal Owl Survey is one of Birds Canada’s most popular citizen science surveys. The survey makes an important contribution to our understanding of the distribution and population health of owl species across Canada.+
Take your love of birds to the next level by creating habitat that provides life-saving resources for birds throughout the year in your yard or garden.+
Thank you to all participants and donors who have gotten things off to a great start this year with their birding and fundraising efforts!+
Volunteers like you are essential to bird monitoring and conservation efforts. Learn more about some opportunities this spring and summer.+
This article is the final installment in a three-part series exploring the connections between the Canadian Prairies, prairie producers, and birds.+
Birds Canada Board of Directors Chair, Paul Uys, is pleased to announce Patrick Nadeau as the organization’s new President, beginning July 1, following the retirement of Steven Price.+
You, Birds, and COVID-19
The Long Point Bird Observatory (including trails at the Old Cut station) is closed to the public and volunteers until further notice.
Birds Canada Headquarters in Port Rowan, ON is closed.
“Project FeederWatch makes birdwatching at home so interesting it’s hard to tear ourselves away from the window! What a wonderful project!”