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By Ellen Jakubowski, Communications Specialist, Birds Canada

As 2021 draws to a close, all of us at Birds Canada are reflecting with gratitude on the support we’ve received this year. We hope you’ll feel the impact of your contributions as you enjoy the Winter 2022 issue of BirdWatch Canada magazine.

It will transport you the Carolinian region of southern Ontario, where landowners and Birds Canada staff are working together to conserve at-risk forest birds like the Prothonotary Warbler. And we shake off winter’s chill as we follow migratory birds like the Canada Warbler, and Dr. Ana González, to wintering grounds in the Colombian Andes. The issue also marks the 20th anniversary of the Canadian Migration Monitoring Network – a nationwide collaboration now 29 bird observatories strong!

Prothonotary Warbler Photo: Sue Drotos

The Winter issue of BirdWatch Canada is out now, so keep an eye on your mailbox or inbox for your copy.

Each year our organization expands the work we’re doing for birds and hits meaningful goals and milestones through our programs. And your generosity is what makes it possible! Thank you, and happy reading.

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