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Where do all the nighthawks go?

Where do all the nighthawks go?

By Elly Knight, PhD Candidate, University of Alberta and Stu Mackenzie, Director, Migration Ecology, Birds Canada   The Common Nighthawk is one of the Western Hemisphere’s most widespread migratory birds, breeding from coast to coast, and from the Yukon all the...
BIRD BLITZ AT HOME!

BIRD BLITZ AT HOME!

By Liza Barney, Education Program Coordinator, Birds Canada   From your backyard or balcony, garden or window, what birds can you find?   Each May, students across Canada explore their schoolyard for birds, contributing bird survey data to Birds Canada’s...
Should I Make a Nesting Raft for Loons?

Should I Make a Nesting Raft for Loons?

By Kathy Jones (Volunteer Manager, Ontario Program and Canadian Lakes Loon Survey) and Dr. Doug Tozer (Ontario Program Scientist), Bird Studies Canada Common Loons Photo: Darwin Park Many of us have fun watching Common Loons. In fact, over 700 dedicated Citizen...
Make an impact by preventing collisions this fall

Make an impact by preventing collisions this fall

By Ellen Jakubowski, Communications Specialist, Birds Canada “Thud.” It’s the sound no bird lover wants to hear – another bird hitting the window. We now know that one bird hitting a window is not a rare accident or just nature taking its course. It’s part of a...