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A New Look for BirdWatch Canada

Spring is a time for fresh starts, and this spring, the Bird Studies Canada team is delighted to present a fresh look for BirdWatch Canada magazine. If you’re a BirdWatch subscriber your Spring issue (no. 87) should arrive soon! We hope you love the update as much as we do. Our thanks go out to the experts at Agents of Good for their important role in this makeover.

Inside, you’ll continue to find stories demonstrating the impact your support is having for birds. For example, check out the feature article by Andrew P. Coughlan showcasing the recently-published Second Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Southern Québec. This Atlas, brought to life by volunteers and supporters like you, will serve as a valuable reference for guiding conservation action in the province.

Also in this issue, you’ll discover the fascinating Leach’s Storm-Petrel, get the latest scoop on Project FeederWatch, learn about a program supported by your Great Canadian Birdathon proceeds, and more. We hope you enjoy this special update on the important work for Canada’s birds that you make possible!

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