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Many important projects, like “Inspiring new champions for Canada Warblers in Columbia” have been made possible in part by bird lovers like you, through past editions of the Great Canadian Birdathon®
With help from Citizen Scientists, researchers investigate how climate change will impact ptarmigan in BC
Global warming is putting pressure on all ecosystems, particularly at higher latitudes and elevations where temperatures are increasing by twice the global rate.
Thanks to the many individuals who shared their knowledge and expertise; the support of clubs, organizations, and companies at the local, provincial, and national level; and the technology that allowed public access to webinars and Zoom meetings, a new kind of Toronto Bird Celebration was created.
Twenty-two devoted volunteers conducted a bird survey for the Chopaka Customs Important Bird Area (IBA). This grassland IBA is located in the Southern Interior of BC, on the traditional unceded territory of the Syilx Okanagan People.
2021 marks the 15th consecutive season that Piping Plovers have graced Ontario Great Lakes shorelines following a 30-year absence.
Press Release: New analyses highlight the conservation status of North American raptors
If we are going to continue enjoying the abundance of bird life found on our coast and beyond, then we need to support the establishment of a new Fraser River Estuary Management Plan.
We know how passionate our readers are about helping birds, so we created this list of ideas you can try right now, this summer.
In Canada, the Bank Swallow has declined by 98% over the past 40 years, triggering a federal “Threatened” listing in 2017 under Canada’s Species at Risk Act.