The Red Phalarope is one of the most stunning shorebird species in the world. They nest across the arctic tundra in small wetlands and spend the winter at sea.
Do you consider yourself well traveled? We’re willing to bet the average Red Knot has you beat! Discover more about this traveler!
To the great surprise of many Ontario birders, a Ferruginous Hawk, a native species of the grasslands and open country in western North America, was recently recovered near the town of Erieau.
Frank Lake is as gem just outside of a city of more than a million people, and I’m happy to say, it will stay a gem for the time being.
Frank Lake is the most important wetland for birds in Southwestern Alberta and hosts an impressive number of migrating and breeding species, as well as species at risk, including Trumpeter and Tundra Swans, Franklin’s Gulls, and Bank Swallows
This 36th season of FeederWatch brought some exciting new observations from participants across Canada. Thank you to everyone who contributed their support and time to the program – you made it a great year! You reported birds from 5,739 locations this season (up from 5211 the previous season), giving us a fantastic view of how birds are doing across Canada.
Birds Canada is seeking volunteers across Canada to help monitor nightjars (Common Nighthawks, Common Poorwills, and Eastern Whip-poor-wills).
As we learn more about the spread of Avian Influenza, provincial and territorial governments may issue additional guidance on bird feeding. Watch for information from your provincial/territorial government.
If anybody knows the challenges of being a mother, it is our beloved Chewie, an endangered Piping Plover who has been nesting in Ontario for the past couple of years. Discover Chewie’s story.
Join 50 million birds as they flock to parks across the GTA this month with the Toronto Bird Celebration
Spring has sprung in the GTA which means the birds are back in town! Just like the film stars that flock to Toronto each year, our honoured guests will soar together at the 7th annual Toronto Bird Celebration.
Nova Scotia Natural Resources & Renewables Minister Tory Rushton announced the provincial government would not consider a proposal for a golf course development at West Mabou Beach Provincial Park. This decision brings enormous relief to us and many other supporters of this park and its wildlife.