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The 36th season of Project FeederWatch was a tremendous success! Thank you to all new and returning participants for supporting FeederWatch by watching birds, and contributing counts!
One of the goals for our Aerial Insectivore Conservation Program is to connect with the community and build relationships with our next door neighbors, and that’s exactly what the Ontario SwiftWatch team has made a priority this field season.
Birds Canada is currently seeking new volunteers for our BC Coastal Waterbird Survey and BC Beached Bird Survey. Please take a look at the program information below to see if you can help, or share it with friends and family who may be interested.
The 2023 nesting season has been an unusual one for Birds Canada’s Piping Plover Monitoring and Stewardship Programs in Ontario and Nova Scotia. Read on to learn about the successes, failures, and the unfolding drama.
In a groundbreaking study spanning 29 years from 1993 to 2021, researchers have utilized large-scale beached bird monitoring program data to shed light on the mortality events of marine birds in the Northeast Pacific & Alaska.
Join us at Birds as Bridges – the joint conference of the American Ornithological Society and the Society of Canadian Ornithologists, August 8 – 12, in London, Ontario