Port Rowan, ON – Bird and nature lovers everywhere unite in the effort to tally as many of the world’s bird species as possible over these four days. Combined with other bird counts, GBBC results help create a clearer picture of how birds are faring – whether individual species are are declining, increasing, or holding steady in the face of habitat loss, climate change, and other threats.
Unceded territory of the Kanien’keha:ka – Montreal – Canadian environmental groups welcome the Kunming-Montreal Agreement at COP15 in Montreal to halt and reverse global biodiversity loss by 2030 and applaud Canada’s leadership …
Dec 2, 2022 - Canadian environmental groups call for ambitious global and national action to save nature before it’s too late
Unceded territory of the Kanien’keha:ka – Montreal – In the leadup to the UN’s COP15 (NatureCOP) in Montreal, 17 Canadian environmental organizations are calling on Canadian and world leaders to deliver a win for the future of people and the planet by landing a new global deal to save nature …
Port Rowan, ON – Helping birds has never been easier. Last fall and winter, more than 25,000 people across North America watched the birds in their neighbourhoods and turned their observations into scientific discoveries.
Oct 4, 2022 - RAPTOR MIGRATION COUNT TRENDS FROM ACROSS THE CONTINENT AND DEBUTS RAPTORS AT RISK LIST
Port Rowan, ON – The latest scientific analysis by the internationally award-winning Raptor Population Index Project (RPI) uses decades’ worth of count data from across North America to show long-term and short-term trends in migratory raptors.
OCT 3, 2022 - OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF KEY BIODIVERSITY AREAS IN CANADA – CANADA’S MOST CRITICAL PLACES FOR NATURE
Ottawa, ON – After decades of surveys, species assessments, and data collection, leading conservation science groups are launching Canada’s Key Biodiversity Areas Program (KBAs).