Please visit the other Bird Day web pages to see examples of events, guidance for funding or promotion, where events are taking place across Canada, and what free resources Nature Canada has available to you. If you want other resources, check out the free materials that are available.
In 2016, Nature Canada is proud to work with the following local and regional organizations to recognize their activities and events in support of International Migratory Bird Day and Canada’s migratory birds:
Since 1985, Wildlife Habitat Canada, a national, non-profit, charitable conservation organization, has invested over $50 million supporting more than 1,000 conservation projects across Canada, through its granting program. Funds invested to support grants come from the purchase of the Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp. The Stamp is purchased primarily by waterfowl hunters to validate their Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permits. Wildlife Habitat Canada works through partnerships with communities, landowners, governments, non-government organizations, and industry to conserve, enhance, and restore wildlife habitat. To learn more about the projects that Wildlife Habitat Canada has funded, please visit www.whc.org.
|Soutiens la conservation des oiseaux au Quebec en faisant le Grand Défi Québec Oiseaux le 14 mai! Apprenez plus ici.|
|Join the experts in Prince Edward County for a week of great birding at the annual Spring Birding Festival, May 14 to 23. Click here for more information.|
|On May 14, Nature Saskatchewan will celebrate the return of our migratory birds at their great Bird Day event at Lost Mountain Lake. Find out more at this link.|
Join Nature Alberta and Albertans by participating in Bird Day events at Beaverhill Bird Observatory on May 14 or at Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory on May 28. For more information see the Nature Alberta event calendar here.
|Join the growing movement of Bufflehead supporters at Sidney, British Columbia (Vancouver Island) for All Bufflehead’s Day celebrations on October 15. To find out more visit the FOSH website.|