Wherever your favourite reading spot is these days – on the dock or patio, in a hammock, or in an armchair by the window – we hope you enjoy the latest issue of BirdWatch Canada. If you’re a BirdWatch subscriber, your Summer issue (no. 88) should arrive soon!
This edition of the magazine celebrates dedicated people putting bird conservation in motion, including you. If you’d like a sneak peek, check out this feature article by Stu Mackenzie and Jody Allair marking the retirement of Bird Studies Canada and Long Point Bird Observatory legend Jon McCracken.
Between the pages, you will also explore rare birds in Ecuador and learn how the Jocotoco Foundation is preserving them and their habitat, as well as catch up on news from the Christmas Bird Count and Great Backyard Bird Count. You’ll discover a unique project to engage more people in nature appreciation and bird conservation across Canada. And you’ll find out how you can contribute content for our 2019-2020 members’ calendar.
We hope you enjoy this special update on the important work for Canada’s birds that you make possible! Enjoy the birds this summer.
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