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State of the Birds Report Assesses Bird Health
North American bird populations are declining in several key habitats, according to The State of the Birds 2014. In addition to assessing population trends, the authors created a "Watch List" of 230 bird species that are currently endangered or at risk of becoming endangered without significant conservation help.  Read more...

International Bird Observatory Conference  
Bird Studies Canada was well represented at the recent International Bird Observatory Conference in Falsterbo, Sweden. There was great interest in some of our work presented by Stu Mackenzie (Manager of Long Point Bird Observatory and the Motus Wildlife Tracking System) and Dr. Erica Dunn (long-time Bird Studies Canada advisor and Canadian Migration Monitoring Network steering committee member).  Read more...

2014 SwiftWatch Season
Bird Studies Canada's 2014 SwiftWatch season is nearing its end. In the Maritimes and Ontario, volunteers monitored known Chimney Swift roost and nest sites and identified new sites.  Read more...


The Latest LPBO E-news
The latest LPBO E-news is now available online. For lots of news about the Fall 2013 season and more select the link above to download the E-news in PDF format.

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