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Your 2020 Birds Canada membership!

23 January 2020 – Thank you for your passion and dedication to save Canada’s wild birds! When you renew your vital support of Birds Canada, you’ll receive your exclusive and ‘members only’ decal.

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Immerse yourself in wetlands biodiversity!

23 January 2020 – February 2nd is World Wetlands Day! Want to spend more time experiencing wetland biodiversity in 2020? Read on to discover opportunities.

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How a Mobile Game Can Help Birds and their Habitats

23 January 2020 – Adam Dhalla came up with the idea of a fun educational tool to reach young people, get them outdoors, connect them with nature, inspire them to help, and to teach others. The concept? A 2D mobile game.


Explore the Boreal Forest with an Interactive Story Map

19 December 2019 – The Boreal Region is a massive expanse of forests, wetlands, and waterways covering much of the Northern Hemisphere.

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Tips for Great Photos That do Good for Birds

16 December 2019 – An ethical approach to bird photography is not only best for birds, but it more often than not can lead to better photographs. Here are some tips to improve your photos and help lighten our impact on the birds.


Three Reasons to Join the 120th Christmas Bird Count!

13 December 2019 – Are you a birder who hasn’t participated in a Christmas Bird Count (CBC) yet, or one who has missed out on the past few years? Well, here are three good reasons to sign up for at least one CBC this season.

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Our First Five Months of Hiking for Birds Across Canada

11 December 2019 – In June 2019, we sold our house, quit our jobs, and began walking 24,000 km across Canada along The Great Trail. Fewer people have completed this undertaking on foot than have gone to the moon.

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Bird Flocks in BC’s Fraser River Estuary Inspire Awe

11 December 2019 – Imagine striding along Boundary Bay in Delta, BC and seeing 13,000 Dunlin in murmurations over the water while thousands of Northern Pintails and American Wigeons float on the shallow coastal water.

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