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Grade 10 students from Beaulieu Memorial School, Sandy Bay First Nation learned about Western Grebes, a species of Special Concern in Canada, and other bird species found at the Sandy Bay Marshes Important Bird and Biodiversity Area thanks to the Baillie Fund
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Baillie Fund

The James L. Baillie Memorial Fund for Bird Research and Preservation (the Baillie Fund), established and managed by Birds Canada, provides grants to projects that help to conserve wild birds. It is funded by the annual Great Canadian Birdathon and by private donations. Read More >

Grade 10 students from Beaulieu Memorial School, Sandy Bay First Nation learned about Western Grebes, a species of Special Concern in Canada, and other bird species found at the Sandy Bay Marshes Important Bird and Biodiversity Area thanks to the Baillie Fund
Photo: Ron d’Entremont

Chimney Swift Fund

The Chimney Swift Chimney Restoration Fund (the Chimney Swift Fund) provides financial support for the restoration of anthropogenic structures known to be important for Chimney Swifts. Established and managed by Birds Canada with support and guidance from diverse partners, it is funded by the Government of Canada through the federal department of Environment and Climate Change. Read More >

Grade 10 students from Beaulieu Memorial School, Sandy Bay First Nation learned about Western Grebes, a species of Special Concern in Canada, and other bird species found at the Sandy Bay Marshes Important Bird and Biodiversity Area thanks to the Baillie Fund
Photo: Jared Clarke

Murre Fund

The priorities of the Murre Conservation Fund are to fund projects that support conservation and management of Murre populations and their habitat, as well as projects that introduce the people of Newfoundland and Labrador to the conservation, management, and sustainable harvest of Murre. Read More >

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