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Winter 2018

20 March 2018. Moncton, NB. Join Dr. Laura Tranquilla, Bird Studies Canada Atlantic Program Manager, at a meeting of Nature Moncton. She’ll be sharing the Maritimes Marsh Monitoring Program’s efforts to date, directions for the future, and ways to participate.

Are you volunteering for the 2018 Great Lakes Marsh Monitoring Program? Training sessions are coming up: 3 March (Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, OH); 5 March (Bay of Quinte, Belleville, ON); 8 March (Obijway Nature Centre; Windsor, ON); 17 March (virtual training session hosted by Bird Studies Canada); and 22 March at 6 p.m. (Larose Forest, Bourget, ON; email mbesner@prescott-russell.on.ca to register for this session). Please email Kathy Jones (volunteer@birdscanada.org) for more information about these events.

16 March 2018. Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington, ON. Can you identify frogs by their calls? Learn how – plus a bunch more – from Bird Studies Canada’s Dr. Doug Tozer as he showcases the Great Lakes Marsh Monitoring Program at 1 p.m.

3 March 2018. Port Rowan, ON. Members of the Ontario Bird Banding Association are invited to the Annual General Meeting at Bird Studies Canada’s national office. See the draft agenda for a sneak peek of the presentations and activities in store.

26 February 2018. Sussex Corner, NB. Meet Holly Lightfoot and get the scoop on the Maritimes Marsh Monitoring Program at the February meeting of Nature Sussex.

18 February 2018. Port Moody, BC. Want to make your Great Backyard Bird Count a fun family outing? Join Bird Studies Canada, Port Moody Ecological Society, and Burke Mountain Naturalists for the Noons Creek GBBC.

1 February 2018. Winnipeg, MB. Join our Manitoba Program Manager Dr. Christian Artuso and Wilderness Committee’s Eric Reder at the Western Water and Wildlife Town Hall, and find out how you can help protect Manitoba’s natural ecosystems.

28 January 2018. Vancouver, BC. Learn about winter bird identification and behaviour on a discovery walk with Bird Studies Canada’s Catherine Jardine and the Stanley Park Ecology Society.

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