Nature Canada’s Thoughts on the State of the Birds Report

This blog was written by Ted Cheskey, the Naturalist Director at Nature Canada. BirdLife, the global authority on the status of birds, and the global leader for bird conservation, recently published its State of the World’s Birds, five years after the previous State of the World’s Birds was released at the Global Congress of BirdLife International in Ottawa.  As Canadian co-partner of BirdLife, it behooves Nature Canada to share some of the key findings and messages of this landmark report. This is a serious document that is chalk full of valuable information on the state of the world’s birds.   North American birds receive little attention compared to the avifauna of the rest of the world, and that is fine.   The… read more →