Can you help? Volunteers needed to survey birds along the British Columbia coast
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As we learn more about the spread of Avian Influenza, provincial and territorial governments may issue additional guidance on bird feeding. Watch for information from your provincial/territorial government.
The 2022 Great Canadian Birdathon has already been a great success. We can’t thank you enough for your part in this achievement.
The gifts you make through Birds Canada support important work for birds. Thank you for your generous contributions! The James L. Baillie Memorial Fund is one way your support is put into action. The fund channels part of the proceeds from the annual Great Canadian Birdathon® and private donations to research, conservation, and outreach projects that help birds.
The 2022 Piping Plover nesting season in Ontario is nearly halfway through. While we wait to see how the season unfolds, let’s take a moment to catch up with the chicks that hatched last year during the 2021 nesting season.
In British Columbia, four incredible bird species at risk have been keeping our team busy this spring and summer: the Western Screech-Owl, Long-billed Curlew, Marbled Murrelet, and Black Swift.
Explore different conservation initiatives used for the three populations of Piping Plovers in Canada.
The theme for the 2022 Toronto Bird Celebration was “The Great Return”. As the first Celebration with in-person activities since 2019, this year saw many new birders of all ages flocking to events throughout the GTA.
Follow these simple steps for attracting and feeding hummingbirds while creating a safer environment for them.
Data, including the data gathered by dedicated volunteers, are foundational to the work we do at Birds Canada. We have partnered with the Living Data Project to breathe new life into older datasets so they can be used to their full potential to influence conservation science and action.