27 November 2018. Mississauga, ON. Join Dr. Doug Tozer, Bird Studies Canada Ontario Program Scientist, for a talk entitled “Lake Erie: what do the birds tell us?” at the Riverwood Conservancy.
10 November 2018. Cochrane, AB. Take part in the 2018 Wilderness Wildlife and Human Interaction Educational Symposium, including a talk by Bird Studies Canada’s Jody Allair on the ecological and economic impacts of birdwatching. Tickets are $40.
9 November 2018. Simcoe, ON. Researchers, agencies, students, and members of the public are invited to the Long Point World Biosphere Reserve Research Conference. Be sure to connect with Bird Studies Canada staff while you’re there – Ian Fife and Dr. Doug Tozer are giving presentations and Andrew Couturier is moderating one of the sessions. Registration required.
8 November 2018. Guelph, ON. Join Dr. Doug Tozer, Bird Studies Canada Ontario Program Scientist, for a talk entitled “Lake Erie: what do the birds tell us?” – part of Nature Guelph’s Speaker Series.
15 October 2018. Toronto, ON. Andrea Gress, Bird Studies Canada’s Ontario Piping Plover Conservation Program Coordinator, will present “Piping Plover Conservation in Ontario: The strategies, challenges, and what the future holds” at a meeting of the Toronto Ornithological Club.
10 October 2018. Canadian non-profits and charities active or interested in stewardship of Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) are welcome to participate in an information session on a small grants program (The IBA Public Engagement Fund). Join the session, hosted by Nature Canada, by visiting this link at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
28-29 September 2018. Leamington, ON. If you are at the Ontario Field Ornithologists’ Convention this weekend, be sure to connect with Kathy Jones (our Ontario Volunteer Coordinator) at the Bird Studies Canada booth.
28 September 2018. Riverton Sandy Bar IBA, MB. Join volunteers with the Manitoba Bird and Biodiversity Area Program for a weed pull event to make space for Piping Plovers.