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The grasslands of the Canadian Prairies are a world of weird and wonderful birds. This unique place includes such characters like the gangly, catcalling Upland Sandpiper, the ‘booming’ and ‘lekking’ Sharp-tailed Grouse, and the Loggerhead Shrike, the songbird that has the macabre habit of skewering its prey on barbed wire. Even in this set of delightfully strange characters, the Burrowing Owl is a stand out.
Birds Canada hopes birders across Canada will flock to Project FeederWatch.
On Friday, local MPP Bobbi Ann Brady met with Birds Canada to celebrate a $144,700 Capital grant awarded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to support critical infrastructure and technology upgrades to the Birds Canada Headquarters in Port Rowan, Ontario.
Groups presented shared recommendations to the federal government on how Canada must act urgently to meet its global commitments to protect and restore nature under the Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) agreed to at COP 15 in Montreal last December.
Long Point Bird Observatory (LPBO) and Birds Canada are proud to celebrate another successful summer of the Doug Tarry Young Ornithologists’ Workshop (YOW)! A total of 13 participants were selected to join.