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Did you know Canada’s migratory birds can travel as far south as Ecuador and Peru? Here you’ll find Swainson’s Thrushes, Olive-sided Flycatchers, and more.
Greg Spira, our new Senior Program Director of International Conservation, breaks down the importance of international partnerships for birds in our latest blog.
The annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC) is scheduled for the 124th consecutive year this winter! With the increased interest in birding over the past few years, it comes as no surprise that the CBC continues to be embraced by people from all walks of life.
Are you looking for that perfect gift for the bird lover in your life? Find something special in the list below AND make a meaningful impact for bird conservation in Canada.
Black Swifts are aerial insectivores that build their nests along steep waterfalls and damp canyons. The inaccessible location keeps their chicks safe from predators while providing constant temperature and humidity to the nest.
Our international efforts such the Motus Wildlife Tracking System and bird observatory programs and partnerships are rapidly growing communities of people connected across hemispheres through their passion for conservation, the need to better understand how animals use our shared space, and to conserve migratory animals.
Are you looking to channel your skills into meaningful, energizing work that will directly contribute to protecting our natural world? The successful candidate will have experience in creating content for diverse audiences and a passion for sharing stories that showcase how we are protecting birds and their habitat.