Today, Birds Canada announces the launch of “Gardening for Birds,” a major new conservation initiative which promotes the creation of nature-friendly gardens, benefiting birds across Canada.
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The Prairies, with their rich biodiversity, are one of the most important ecosystems for birds in North America. This article is the second installment in a three-part series exploring the connections between the Canadian Prairies, prairie producers, and birds.
Thank you to those who have already registered for the 2021 Great Canadian Birdathon®. Sign up now and you can join thousands of birders and supporters giving birds a boost!
Volunteers like you are essential to bird monitoring and conservation efforts. Learn more about some opportunities this spring and summer.
You’re invited to explore the world of birds during these upcoming celebrations! Most of the events are virtual and free.
In a year of staying apart, our enjoyment of watching birds still “brought us together”. Participation in Project FeederWatch was up 53% in Canada!
Long-billed Curlews are on their way back north to their breeding habitat in western Canada! Celebrate World Curlew Day on April 21 to support curlew conservation around the world.
The Long Point Bird Observatory (including trails at the Old Cut station) is closed to the public and volunteers until further notice.
There are updates to our Science and Conservation Programs. Enjoy yourself, reconnect with birds and nature, and always keep safety top-of-mind!
David Love’s first book Green Green – Reflections on 51 Years of Raising Money for Nature will be officially released on Earth Day 2021! David and his wife, Ann, have been steadfast Birds Canada supporters for many years.