23 February 2019. Brantford, ON. Take in a free day of presentations on environmental and conservation issues at the Brant Eco Conference. While you’re there, stop and meet Bird Studies Canada’s Ian Fife (Ontario Forest Birds at Risk Program Coordinator) at our display.
15-18 February 2019. Mark your calendars for the next Great Backyard Bird Count! This annual four-day event engages birdwatchers of all ages around the world in counting birds to create a real-time snapshot of where the birds are.
12 February 2019. Brantford, ON. Learn about “Best Management Practices for two Old-growth Forest Birds at Risk in Southern Ontario” in a talk by Bird Studies Canada’s Ian Fife. The presentation is part of the Brant Woodlot Owners’ Association’s AGM and Speaker’s Night, which is open to the public.
2 February 2019. Surrey, BC. In celebration of World Wetlands Day, attend a keynote presentation by Dr. Sean Boyd from Environment and Climate Change Canada and a walking tour of one of the newest proposed parks (Nicomekl Riverfront Park) within the Fraser River Estuary Important Bird and Biodiversity Area.
14 December 2018 – 5 January 2019. The Christmas Bird Count is happening now! Thank you to all who have already participated in this valuable Citizen Science project. Check our map to see if a count is coming up in your area.
1 December 2018 – 31 January 2019. Christmas Bird Count for Kids (CB4Kids) events are hosted in communities across Canada. Find an event near you by visiting the CBC4Kids map! If you are interested in coordinating an event in your region, visit the CBC4Kids website to learn more.