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The State of Canada Birds, 2019 confirmed that Canada has lost nearly 60% of our grassland birds since 1970. This is crisis for bird life and sounds an alarm for our broader biodiversity as well. But, there is hope thanks to an inspiring new project.
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!
In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has been a productive year so far for volunteers with the Saskatchewan Breeding Bird Atlas.
If you enjoy keeping up with new discoveries in the world of bird research, don’t miss the latest issue (Volume 15, Issue 1) of Avian Conservation and Ecology.
Beaches may have been closed to the public for much of the summer, but that didn’t stop Piping Plovers from returning!
If you’re a regular reader of the Birds Canada blog or BirdWatch Canada magazine, you may recall my stories of studying Leach’s Storm-Petrels in Newfoundland the past several years.