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Featured News Stories
If you were asked to go outside right now and find an insect, where would you go? Gardening is one of the finest examples there is to show just how connected we all are – to our neighbours, to our waters, and to our entire ecosystem.
As Ontario’s endangered Piping Plover population continues to decline, Birds Canada and partners have taken extraordinary steps to save nearly 50% of Ontario’s abandoned eggs this year.
Who knew birds were such talented dancers? Mark Bidwell and John Conkin certainly did.
Follow these simple steps for attracting and feeding orioles while creating a safe environment for them.
The high twittering and erratic flight of Chimney Swifts grace the skies of towns and cities across eastern North America throughout spring and summer.
Paula et Ted ont grandi en observant des Merlebleus de l’Est et des Orioles de Baltimore dans leurs arrière-cours.
The Red Phalarope is one of the most stunning shorebird species in the world. They nest across the arctic tundra in small wetlands and spend the winter at sea.
Do you consider yourself well traveled? We’re willing to bet the average Red Knot has you beat! Discover more about this traveler!
To the great surprise of many Ontario birders, a Ferruginous Hawk, a native species of the grasslands and open country in western North America, was recently recovered near the town of Erieau.