Rémi Torrenta of Birds Canada delivers this in-person 'birdinar'. You will discover some of the most endangered, secretive and fascinating bird species that we strive to better understand, and that breed right here in British Columbia.
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Have you seen any small, zipping, trilling and colourful birds this summer? You have most likely seen one of the many warbler species that frequent Stanley Park! Yellow, orange, black and white, these small songbirds delight the eyes and ears. Want to learn more about the wonderful world of warblers? Join photographer and nature educator James MacKenzie to learn more about identifying local warblers, explore their life history, and revel in their beauty.
The number of folks deriving pleasure from watching birds in their yards is increasing exponentially, and with it, the desire to know more about these incredible creatures. With at least three decades of experience in teaching ornithology, feeding and writing about backyard bird biology, Dr. David M. Bird will provide answers for new and aspiring backyard bird enthusiasts.
Birds add so much joy to our lives... with their trills, their acrobatics and their beauty. Unfortunately, we often hear many bird species are undergoing significant declines across the world. In this talk, Jo Turner will share ways we can attract and assist our feathered friends through gardening, Jo will share bird-friendly plant picks for even the smallest gardens that provide food and shelter throughout the year.
Discover the different types of hummingbirds in BC and find out how to turn a garden into an oasis for [...]