Join Yousif Attia of Birds Canada, with Jeff Bouton and Gary Stephey of Kowa Optics, for an insightful webinar and live Q&A on optics! This webinar will present information and insight about choosing the optics that will be right for you and how you bird. Come with questions! About Kowa Optics Kowa is the only […]
The Tofino Shorebird Festival celebrates the spring migration of shorebirds with educational birding opportunities throughout the area. This is a great opportunity to experience the largest wildlife migration in the region, learn about these impressive birds, and understand why this area is one of the very best places in western Canada for birding.
Led by birder and photographer, Kris Cu, this walk will introduce you to the birds found around Stanley Park. See birds like Anna’s hummingbirds, northern flickers, and red-breasted nuthatches while meeting new people and sharing in the outdoors. Please register through the link below. This program will meet at the Stanley Park Nature House on […]
Join us to learn the basics of birding with the Richmond Public Library Birdwatching ExplorePACKS. The program will begin with an outdoor presentation covering topics such as: Why birds and birding? Guide to binoculars and field guides Major bird groups and families Canadian birds and conservation This presentation will be followed by a guided birding […]
Andrew Huang will be speaking about the migratory birds of the Fraser Estuary Key Biodiversity Area, and share stories on the life history of some of the more abundant, as well as some of the rarer, poorly known, species. Finally, you will learn how you can help conserve these extraordinary migratory birds. Please register through […]
The Creston Valley Bird Fest celebrates this incredible diversity in an environmentally sensitive manner, inviting residents and visitors (usually over 200 people attend our festival each year) to expand their interest in the world of birds. The festival offers a variety of birdwatching activities guided by field experts, as well as photography and art displays […]
Join Birds Canada, Brampton Library and Kowa Optics for an Urban Big Sit on World Migratory Bird Day. What is a Big Sit? Big Sits are counting events with the aim of finding as many species of birds as possible while staying within a defined circle. This event is for all ages and birdwatching levels. […]
Join us and the Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society for a free bird walk at Blackie Spit, Surrey. Check out our bird displays, nest box building, eagle mask craft and a special talk on the raptors around us. The variety of habitats at Blackie Spit will offer up a diversity of lovely birds. Dress for […]
In-person Program Led by biologist Catherine Jardine, this walk will introduce you to the birds found at Queen Elizabeth Park, territory of the səl̓ilwətaɁɬ təməxʷ, Skwxwú7mesh-ulh, S’ólh, and šxʷməθkʷəy̓əmaɁɬ Peoples. See birds like Anna’s hummingbirds, northern flickers, and red-breasted nuthatches while meeting new people and sharing in the outdoors. Please Register through the link below. […]
Join Claire Ross Dunn, author of At Last Count, and Kirk Dunn, textile artist and actor, for an evening of lively conversation on creative partnership at Queen Books with special guest Julia Zarankin, author of Field Notes From an Unintentional Birder. This talk will give insight about Claire’s writing experience, and the ways she consulted with ornithologists […]
Join us to celebrate Endangered Species Day! In this in-person birdinar, you will discover some of the most endangered, secretive and fascinating bird species that breed here in British Columbia. Learn more about Western Screech-Owl, Black Swift, Marbled Murrelet, Long-billed Curlew and Yellow Rails. There will also be an opportunity to watch our short exclusive […]
Join us for a bird walk around Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest Park and explore the various songs and calls of birds such as woodpeckers, chickadees, flycatchers, thrushes, warblers and wrens. This is a drop-in event. Meet at the Wally Ross Trail parking lot, north side of 24 Ave between 144 St and 148 St.
Discover some of the most endangered, secretive and fascinating bird species that we strive to better understand and conserve in our province in this “birdinar.” At the end of the presentation, play a fun bird trivia game with us. All ages are welcome. Please note that this is an online event. Register through the RSVP […]
Do you find it challenging to find and photograph birds? Are you looking to improve the quality of your bird photos? Join biologist and photographer Kris Cu (BC Outreach Specialist, Birds Canada) to learn more about your camera settings and the skills you need to capture stunning images. The workshop will be hands-on and will […]
Led by Yousif Attia, Birds Canada staff and national citizen science program coordinator, this walk will introduce you to the birds found at Terra Nova Rural Park in Richmond. Together you will search for Anna’s Hummingbirds, Northern Harriers and if lucky, the elusive Virginia Rail. This program will meet at the Community Garden parking lot […]