Canada - Bird Studies Canada (BSC)
Mission of the organisation
To advance the understanding, appreciation and conservation of wild birds and their habitats, in Canada and elsewhere, through studies that engage the skills, enthusiasm and support of its members, volunteers, staff and the interested public.
- Monitoring bird populations through a variety of volunteer-based national and regional Citizen Science programs
- Providing leadership on Breeding Bird Atlas projects in Canada
- Conducting and directing research on issues of conservation interest
- Leading conservation and stewardship projects, especially for species at risk
- Performing data management and interpretation, including Canada’s Important Bird Areas
- Coordinating the Canadian Migration Monitoring Network
- Providing training in monitoring techniques, especially for bird banding
- Education, outreach and communication initiatives
- Collaborated on producing the first State of Canada’s Birds report
- Co-hosted the successful 2013 BirdLife World Congress in Ottawa, Canada
- Published results and analysis of 30+ years of data from the Canadian Lakes Loon Survey
- Completed fieldwork for Maritimes and British Columbia breeding bird atlases; led data analysis, writing, and publication development for those projects
- Analysis of trends in birds as shown from data from 20 migration monitoring stations across Canada
- Coordination of many monitoring projects involving some 30,000 volunteer observers each year
Mailing address headquarters:
P.O. Box 160
115 Front St.
Port Rowan, Ontario
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