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Bird Studies Canada conserves wild birds through sound science, on-the-ground actions, innovative partnerships, public engagement, and science-based advocacy.
Canadian Birds
Indigo Bunting, Norm Q. Townsend
The Indigo Bunting is a regular neotropical migrant found in most of southern Canada, except in the prairies. Their vibrant blue colour, like for most blue birds, isn't due to a pigment, but rather to a structural effect on light. (Photo: Norm Q. Townsend)
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Saskatchewan Breeding Bird Atlas

The Saskatchewan Breeding Bird Atlas needs your help! Lend your skills to the largest Citizen Science effort ever undertaken in the province. It’s easy to participate and a fun way to explore this beautiful place. We also offer local birding workshops to help build skills and confidence. Learn More.
Common Loon: Darwin Park, Crimson Lake, Alberta

Volunteer and Help Canada’s Loons

If you are heading to a lake this summer, please consider counting and recording how many loons you see as a participant in the Canadian Lakes Loon Survey. This program provides important insight into the health of our lakes as well as this iconic species. Learn More.

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