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Build and Maintain Nesting and Roosting Boxes

Many of Canada’s wildlife need trees as safe places to nest in the warmer months and escape poor weather and predators the rest of the year. Putting up birdhouses – aka nesting boxes – and roosting boxes can also make a big different for bird species.
Apr 23rd, 2021


eBird is an online database of bird observations providing scientists, researchers and amateur naturalists with real-time data about bird distribution and abundance.
May 6th, 2021

Feed the Birds

People are lucky. When the cold weather arrives, we know where to go to get warm and find food. Birds have a tougher time—especially when it comes to food. They need lots of it to stay warm. This project can make their lives easier.
Apr 23rd, 2021

Keep the Waterfowl Comeback on Track

"Get quacking" and help keep the waterfowl comeback on track by creating nesting cylinders where waterfowl can feed, breed, nest, and rest.
Oct 28th, 2020

Plant a Bird-Friendly Garden

Canada is home to approximately 451 bird species and billions of individual birds. Despite their numbers, the threats leading to declines in North American bird populations continue to grow. Find out how you can incorporate bird-friendly trees and shrubs into your garden and landscaping projects.
May 5th, 2021

Provide Nesting Materials for Backyard Birds

You can encourage birds to nest around your property if you provide sources of mud and nest-lining materials.
Apr 23rd, 2021

Put Up Nesting Shelves

Although some birds, like American robins, barn swallows, and eastern phoebes, won't nest in boxes, they'll gladly accept nesting shelves mounted on trees or tucked under the overhanging eaves of your home!
Nov 4th, 2020

Save the Birds With Window Stickers

In Canada an estimated 16 million to 42 million birds die each year because of bird collisions. By creating stickers and attaching the, to your window, you will prevent birds from colliding into windows and you will brighten you windows with colour too!
Apr 23rd, 2021