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.
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The Toronto Bird Celebration is on from May to July, offering a range of activities to people in Toronto and beyond to take advantage of the wonders of spring. The goal of the Celebration this year is to connect people with their gardens and local spaces and the happiness that can be found there.
The Prairies, with their rich biodiversity, make up one of the most important ecosystems for birds in North America.
Most bird lovers notice and appreciate trees. But trees also affect our physical and mental health in a number of surprising ways. Trees may be underappreciated as a source of human wellbeing.
Standardized observations of migrating raptors also allow researchers to monitor their status and make positive contributions to raptor conservation in North America.
A recent project out of Birds Canada’s Long Point Waterfowl and Wetlands Research Program explored how “draw downs” (lowering the water level) impacts birds and bird habitat in the Montezuma Wetlands Complex, just south of Lake Ontario in New York State.
Registration is open 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. Check out programs across the country that you can participate this spring and summer.
Birdwatchers participating in the 2021 Great Backyard Bird Count created an outstanding snapshot of bird populations around the world. Thank you for being part of it and continuing the GBBC’s upward trend!
We hope you enjoy the Spring 2021 issue (no. 95) of BirdWatch Canada, our quarterly members’ magazine. If you receive BirdWatch by mail, keep an eye out for your copy in March!