Birds Canada’s President, Steven Price, will be retiring in May 2021. Steven has led the organization since 2014 and helped us grow into the organization we need to be for birds and bird lovers in the years to come.
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Breeding Bird Atlases are projects that involve documenting breeding birds across a given region. Launching a new breeding bird atlas is always a challenge – but particularly so in the midst of a pandemic.
Birds are still outside doing their thing, and winter is a great time to look for and photograph them. This year, we invite everyone to share their bird photos from this winter season!
Shorebirds connect people and places. They are symbols of coastal and interior wetlands, some of the richest and most threatened habitats on Earth. Shorebird behaviours, mesmerizing murmurations, and intricate individual beauty capture the imaginations of millions of people.
With the holiday season coming up quickly, our team at Birds Canada wanted to share some gift ideas that will have a lasting impact for birds.
Our Landscape Science and Conservation team are working on a new project, and it holds promise for the future of conserving birds and other wildlife in Canada. We’re calling it the IBA to KBA “crosswalk”.
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.
Despite the immense value of the bird habitat here, the Fraser Estuary and the birds it sustains are not safe from habitat fragmentation and degradation such as the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 project.
Because so many domestic cats are allowed to roam outside, they kill about 100 – 350 million birds every year in Canada alone! What is being done to change this sobering statistic?
If you haven’t heard yet, the third Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas takes flight in spring 2021.