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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...
Important updates for Birds Canada members

Important updates for Birds Canada members

Enjoy the Summer issue of BirdWatch Canada magazine The Summer 2020 issue of BirdWatch Canada (no. 92) celebrates the birds of Newfoundland, as well as volunteers like you who are making valuable contributions to bird research through breeding bird atlases, the...
Sharing your home with swifts

Sharing your home with swifts

By Allison Manthorne, Aerial Insectivore Conservation Program Coordinator, Birds Canada   Earlier this spring, a dramatic video about birds flying into a living room via a chimney in Torrance, California, circulated online. Did you see it? The birds in the video...
Cheers to Over 1700 Volunteers and to 25 Years!

Cheers to Over 1700 Volunteers and to 25 Years!

By Dr. Doug Tozer (Director, Waterbirds and Wetlands) and Kathy Jones (Volunteer Manager, Ontario Program), Bird Studies Canada It’s astonishing: 1764 Citizen Scientists have surveyed marsh birds and/or frogs at some point over the past 25 years as part of the Great...