In August 2022, FREED welcomed Indigenous, Black, and Racialized university students to its first field excursion at Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario. This program was supported in part by Birds Canada.
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On October 28, Birds Canada celebrated the grand opening of our new demonstration and research laboratories and enhancements to the visitor centre at Long Point Bird Observatory’s Old Cut Research Station.
With the holiday season coming up quickly, our team at Birds Canada wanted to share these gift ideas with you. Find something special for your loved ones AND make a meaningful impact for birds!
Helping birds has never been easier. Last fall and winter, more than 25,000 people across North America watched the birds in their neighbourhoods and turned their observations into scientific discoveries.
In September, Birds Canada held a banquet to thank volunteers for their contributions to the Saskatchewan Breeding Bird Atlas. It was wonderful to honour their monumental efforts!
On October 3, Birds Canada, NatureServe Canada, and Wildlife Conservation Society Canada launched the Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA) Canada program! This event introduced interactive online tools you can use to explore Canada’s biodiversity.
Last fall and winter, more than 25,000 people across North America watched the birds in their neighbourhoods and turned their observations into scientific discoveries. You’re invited to sign up now!
Check out this year’s Annual Impact Report and meet three new faces on our Board of Directors!
For 25 years, Andrew Couturier has been an integral part of the Birds Canada team. We salute Andrew on his conservation achievements and thank him for his quarter century of service (and counting!).
Rosie has been working with Birds Canada donors and supporters for over 30 years! We’re featuring her on our blog to mark her milestone work anniversary and share more about her.