Birds Canada has added its voice to the call for the U.S. government not to strip away critical protections in the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
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The Esquimalt Lagoon Migratory Bird Sanctuary (MBS) was established in 1931 because the shallow, tidal lagoon waters support large numbers of wintering waterfowl.
The Great Lakes Marsh Monitoring Program (GLMMP) has operated every year since 1995.
As COVID-19 cases trend downward in most of Canada, restrictions on travel and outdoor activities are loosening.
Birds Canada invited students and families to explore and count birds from home, anytime during the month of May.
High school students in Markham, are finding hope and sharing it with the world.
Aerial insectivores – birds that catch insects on the wing – have declined by an estimated 59% since the 1970s in Canada!
“I’m still doing a Birdathon this year, because the birds still need my help!”
As one of the instructors and the architect for the Beta version, I am excited to present our new platform for online learning.
To understand the rarity of and threats to a given species, we need to have a concrete definition of that species.