Explore different conservation initiatives used for the three populations of Piping Plovers in Canada.
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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.
Join us in creating our 2023 calendar in celebration of Canada’s birds! We invite photographers from across the country to submit their artwork.
The Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, today announced that the Government of Canada is modernizing the Migratory Birds Regulations, which protect migratory birds in Canada. The new regulations were published in the Canada Gazette, Part II on June 8, 2022 and will come into force on July 30, 2022.
Birds Canada is proud to announce that President and CEO Patrick Nadeau has been appointed to the national Nature Advisory Committee by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC).
June 7 is World Swift Day. If you are the owner of a traditional masonry chimney, you might be able to help the Threatened Chimney Swift.
During the month of May, people have been celebrating birds in the urban jungles of Toronto, Vancouver, and – thanks to online event platforms – beyond. You still have time to join in!
Each year, we have the pleasure of hearing from some of you about your Great Canadian Birdathon experiences. This year Mike McMillan of Simcoe, ON, shared how and why he’s been participating for 19 years!