A chance encounter with an owl can spark an interest in birds and nature that lasts a lifetime! We benefit from these experiences, but, if we’re not mindful, the impact on the owls can be negative one.
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Thank-you to the prize donors, participants, and sponsors who made Birds Canada’s 2020 Great Canadian Birdathon a success. All of your hard work and generosity will benefit Canada’s wild birds in many, many ways, and is deeply appreciated.
Birds Canada and WildResearch are excited to announce our new BC Marsh Monitoring Program!
Thank you to all who shared their excellent captures for the Winter Birds Photo Contest held by Birds Canada in December 2020 and January 2021. The large number of submissions suggests that birds are helping many of us make the best of the winter.
Birds Canada has produced an easy-to-use Grassland Conservation Incentives Guide to centralize all incentives available to producers and landowners to conserve, enhance or restore grasslands.
The Common Nighthawk is one of the Western Hemisphere’s most widespread migratory birds, breeding from coast to coast, and from the Yukon all the way down to Panama. Yet, we know surprisingly little about them, especially their lives after they leave their breeding sites.
Each year, the global extinction risk to all bird species is assessed by BirdLife International, the official Red List Authority for birds for The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™.
Steven Price, President of Birds Canada, explains why the regulation change regarding the Migratory Bird Treaty Act is the wrong move and why Canadians should be concerned about it.
February 2 is World Wetlands Day! This is a perfect time to reflect on and raise global awareness of the vital role of wetlands for people and our planet.
We are facing a biodiversity crisis, but we still have the chance to save species that are depending on the decisions we make today. We’re asking you to work with us for the future of birds by becoming a Birds Canada member.