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Bird Conservation

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Nature Canada celebrates and protects birds through a host of programs that engage communities in bird-friendly practices that benefit whole ecosystems. Through innovative approaches to conservation, Nature Canada helps naturalist groups across Canada protect their cherished wildlife and habitats and celebrate spectacular natural events, such as the fall and spring migration of our birds. As a science-based organization, Nature Canada
collaborates with scientists to publish groundbreaking reports on the state of Canada’s birds. Working with governments, industry and community groups, we use sound science to guide our policy recommendations and outreach efforts. A large part of our work on protecting birds and conserving their habitat is carried out through our Important Bird Areas program and the Important Bird Areas Caretaker Network.


Join a national-wide network of volunteers who protect biodiversity hotspotslearn more

Purple Martin Project

Help scientists protect and recover declining Purple Martin populationslearn more

Bird Day

Join us in celebrating the spectacular journey of migratory birds with your communitylearn more

Tips to help birds

Follow these easy ways you can help birds in your backyard or community.learn more

Climate change and birds

Find out how climate change is affecting birdslearn more

Rufus The Red Knot

Read about Rufus’ great adventure down south!learn more

Canada Warbler

Declining species needs your help!learn more

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