Marsh Wren photo by Gilles Bisson Join MarshWatch host LeeAnn Latremouille as we look for wetland birds at the Habitat Conservation Area in Wascana Park in Regina! This is a drop-in event from 8:00am to 11:00am, meeting at the gates of the Habitat Conservation Area south of Douglas Park and walking the loop. There is […]
Marsh Wren photo by Gilles Bisson Join MarshWatch host LeeAnn Latremouille as we look for wetland birds along the Little Saskatchewan River in the heart of Minnedosa, Manitoba! This is a drop-in event from 8:00am to 11:00am. We will meet at the parking lot of the Bison Park Viewing Area and walk the trail heading […]
Join Birds Canada on Tuesday July 4th from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM for a Swift Night Out at Bissell House Courtyard on the University of Toronto St. George Campus! We’re very excited to be partnering with Birdsafe UofT and the University of Toronto Sustainability Office to monitor critical Chimney Swift habitat that can be […]
Join Birds Canada and the Special Bird Service for a free screening of the Bird of Prey Documentary by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. The film highlights the plight of the critically endangered Philippine Eagle and the people working to protect the species. There will be some refreshments available. Please register through the link.
Join us Thursday, October 5, at 1:00 pm EST for our Annual Public Meeting to connect with you, our donors and supporters that make our work possible. We’re hosting a conversation on the decline of insects and the impact on birds across Canada and answering your questions.
Mark your calendars for October Big Day—14 Oct 2023! Like Global Big Day, October Big Day is an opportunity to unite around our shared love of birds. Last October, nearly 35,000 people from 185 countries submitted 80,000 checklists with eBird, demonstrating the power of birds to bring people together. In Canada, a total of 347 species were reported […]
Fall is upon us, but that’s not the only new season on our horizon! Project FeederWatch starts November 1st. You don’t need to be an expert birder or have a feeder to join the Project FeederWatch community. Taking part is really easy. You just need to sign up, count the birds outside, and submit results […]
The annual FOCA Fall Seminar for Associations is coming up on Sat. Nov. 4, 2023 by Zoom webinar (9am to noon). Get all your Ontario cottage country environmental updates, with featured speaker John Smol and presentations about the "Top 5" aquatic invasive plants to watch for, Ontario's changing climate, Grass carp sightings in 2023, loons […]
Learn the basics of birding with Birds Canada using Richmond Public Library Birdwatching ExplorePACKS. The program will begin with an outdoor presentation from Birds Canada 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 experience […]