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Volunteers Needed for Coastal Surveys in British Columbia

Volunteers Needed for Coastal Surveys in British Columbia

On September 9th, Bird Studies Canada will celebrate the start of the 20th season of our British Columbia Coastal Waterbird Survey. This long-term Citizen Science monitoring program involves counting ducks, loons, grebes, gulls, and other waterbirds on the second Sunday of each month throughout the winter.

BC’s Fraser Estuary Featured at Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference

BC’s Fraser Estuary Featured at Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference

At the beginning of April, Bird Studies Canada staff attended the 30th Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference in Seattle, Washington. We thank the Swinomonish Tribal Community and the Coast Salish people for welcoming us, allowing us to gather on their traditional territory, and sharing their knowledge and culture throughout the conference proceedings.

Volunteers Needed for Coastal Surveys in British Columbia

Volunteers Needed for Coastal Surveys in British Columbia

On September 10, Bird Studies Canada will celebrate the start of the 19th season of our British Columbia Coastal Waterbird Survey. This long-term Citizen Science monitoring program involves counting ducks, loons, grebes, gulls, and other waterbirds on the second Sunday of each month throughout the winter.