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We hope you have been taking pleasure in the birds that fall has brought to your area. As a Bird Studies Canada member, volunteer, or supporter, you’re doing your part to sustain bird conservation and research – we hope you take pleasure in that, too. We’re very thankful for your contributions!
Your support is what makes it possible to achieve real results for birds. We encourage you to read Bird Studies Canada’s new annual report, which highlights some of the latest accomplishments we have made thanks to you.
Members of Bird Studies Canada can also look for the Fall 2018 issue (no. 85) of BirdWatch Canada, which is on its way to you. Take a sneak peek at a special report on the Long Point Waterfowl and Wetlands Research Program – a leader in applied research for conservation planning that provides hands-on opportunities for young wildlife technicians, biologists, and scientists in all aspects of wildlife science.
In the Fall edition, you will also find the feature story “Desperate Times for the Bicknell’s Thrush Call for Innovative Strategies” by Dr. Amy-Lee Kouwenberg, reports on Project FeederWatch and the Young Ornithologists’ Workshop, and more.
Thank you once again to all the BirdWatch Canada readers who completed the survey enclosed with the Spring 2018 issue. Our team is now charting a path for improving the magazine in the New Year, guided by your input.
Published by Bird Studies Canada, BirdWatch Canada reports the latest results from our programs, and includes topical feature articles about the world of birds. By donating $35 or more annually, members and supporters provide valuable funding for bird research and conservation, and receive a subscription to our magazine, free participation in any of our Citizen Science programs, and a charitable receipt for the full amount of the contribution. Please donate today! Make an online membership donation or call us toll-free at 1-888-448-2473.

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