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Key Players for Conservation Converge at International Bird Observatory Conference

15 November 2017 – Representatives from bird observatories around the world recently flocked to New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory to share knowledge and strengthen ties.

Safeguarding the Seabirds of Haida Gwaii

9 November 2017 – In mid-October, Bird Studies Canada’s B.C. program team convened, for the first time, all the key players on Haida Gwaii with expertise or responsibility pertaining to seabirds and the threats they face from introduced mammal predators.


Great Gifts for Bird Lovers

2 November 2017 – The holiday season is just around the corner! Looking for gifts that support bird research and conservation?

New IBA Abounds with Birds

1 November 2017 – Bird Studies Canada and partners are thrilled to announce the designation of a new Important Bird and Biodiversity Area (IBA) in the southwestern James Bay region! The new site amalgamates seven former IBAs, covers an additional 716 km2, and was created to better reflect bird habitat use and movements within this unique area.


Winter Birding Tradition Fuels Conservation

31 October 2017 – Bird and winter enthusiasts across the continent are gearing up for the 118th Christmas Bird Count (CBC) season. This winter birding tradition took root in 1900, making it North America’s longest-running Citizen Science project.


Engaging Young Birders in Citizen Science

31 October 2017 – The Christmas Bird Count for Kids (CBC4Kids) is a winter birdwatching event that shares the fun of the traditional CBC with new generations of young birders across North America.


Funding Available for Canadian Bird Research and Conservation Projects

31 October 2017 – Bird Studies Canada is now accepting applications to the James L. Baillie Memorial Fund for the 2018 grant cycle. A portion of the money raised through our annual Great Canadian Birdathon is allocated to the Fund to provide grants for bird research and conservation projects by individuals or groups.


Thirteen Bird Species that Go Perfectly with Halloween

26 October 2017 – ’Tis the season to embrace the spooky things in life! That includes the thrilling, weird, and wonderful things about some of our favourite birds. We hope you’ve had the chance to encounter some of these species while out on birding adventures, volunteering for a Bird Studies Canada Citizen Science program, or just going about your daily routine.

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