Enjoy the Summer issue of BirdWatch Canada magazine
The Summer 2020 issue of BirdWatch Canada (no. 92) celebrates the birds of Newfoundland, as well as volunteers like you who are making valuable contributions to bird research through breeding bird atlases, the Christmas Bird Count, and more! If you are a BirdWatch subscriber, you should have received your copy in the mail or will get it soon.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have also made a digital copy of our Summer issue available online so that more people can enjoy birds from the safety of their home. Please share the link with your friends and family who might enjoy it: https://www.birdscanada.org/birdwatch/
If you are not yet subscribed and would like to receive future issues of BirdWatch Canada, you can subscribe by making a donation of $50 or more to Birds Canada. You’ll be providing valuable support for our work AND you’ll receive quarterly issues filled with bird research and conservation updates – plus species facts and tips from our experts to deepen your bird knowledge. When you subscribe, you’ll also become a Birds Canada member and will have the opportunity to sign up for our Citizen Science programs like the Loon Survey and Project FeederWatch. Thank you for subscribing and helping birds today!
Great Shearwater Photo: Jared Clarke
Share your photos and stories for our 2020-2021 calendar
Our calendar is a celebration of Canada’s wild birds. You’re invited to participate in the 2020-2021 calendar photo contest! Submit images of the birds in your backyard or neighbourhood, your favourite birding location, or volunteers participating in one of Birds Canada’s Citizen Science projects. The contest deadline is 7 August 2020. Learn more and submit your entry.
Common Murres Photo: Jared Clarke
Join us for a “Big Day”
Sept. 26, 2-3 p.m., 2020 – “A 20/20 vision of bird conservation through 2030”. This special presentation will reflect on progress made and provide a glimpse into the next 10 years of understanding, appreciating, and conserving wild birds in Canada. There will be time for questions and discussion regarding the challenges ahead. Everyone is welcome. The Birds Canada Annual General Meeting will immediately follow the presentation. Please RSVP to Rosie Kirton, firstname.lastname@example.org, to receive a link to the event or watch for the link in the monthly eNews or on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.