Get involved in the Canadian Lakes Loon Survey, Great Lakes Marsh Monitoring Program, or the Ontario American Woodcock Singing-Ground Survey.
February 2nd is World Wetlands Day! Want to spend more time experiencing wetland biodiversity in 2020? Read on to discover opportunities.
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 Lakes Marsh Monitoring Program. The program began in Ontario in 1994, went binational in 1995, and has since grown to become a hallmark of trusted information on wetland wildlife in the Great Lakes.
Discover opportunities to volunteer for the Nocturnal Owl Survey, Marsh Monitoring Program, or Canadian Lakes Loon Survey.
February 2nd is World Wetlands Day! This awareness day commemorates the 1971 adoption of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. It’s also the perfect time to reflect on the global importance of these ecosystems, and to renew our commitment to protecting wetlands in Canada.