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Archive for the ‘Bird Survey’ Category

Breeding Bird Atlassing Field Trip

By | Bird Survey, Micro Habitats

> Red-tailed Hawk occupies a wide range of habitats and altitudesPhoto by Larry Halverson Hillary Page from the Nature Conservancy of Canada and Cam Gillies from Eagle-Eye Tours are offering an atlassing walk to the Marion Creek Benchlands above Columbia Lake.  This is an area that NCC is on the cusp of purchasing and it [&hellip

>Nocturnal Owl Survey

By | Bird Survey, monitoring. birds

> Photo by Larry Halverson Great Horned is one of the most common owls in the Columbia Wetlands. It also the earliest nesting owl so now is time to hear them calling. Most species of owls are secretive and nocturnal, making population monitoring a difficult science. Fortunately, volunteer owl surveyors across Canada are listening for owl calls [&hellip

Columbia Wetlands Stewardship Partners