SRWA Land Guardians and Jeff Wells at Hog Island
Developing an Appreciation for Birds
May 01, 2024 — An Indigenous Land Guardian shares how his time on Hog Island led to his love of birds.
two people are attaching an ARU to a tree
Bird Recorder Project Will Support Education and Conservation in Fisher River Cree Nation
April 09, 2024 — Our friends at CPAWS Manitoba share the news of a recent collaboration.
Mega-flock of Semipalmated Sandpipers taking flight.
United Nations Wildlife Conference Focuses on Migratory Species
February 15, 2024 — The theme “Nature Knows No Borders” encourages international collaboration
Northern Lights
Exploring the Boreal Forest of Manitoba
December 27, 2023 — Tomas Koeck shares stories from his travels north.
Cape May Warbler, close-up on a branch
How Long Do Migratory Birds Stay?
December 18, 2023 — A glimpse into a Cape May Warbler's journey south
Shorebirds feeding in tidal mudflats.
Protecting Critically Important Marine Habitat on Washaybeyoh/Weeneebeg (Hudson/James Bay)
November 28, 2023 — Audubon supports Indigenous-led conservation on a unique Boreal landscape.
Thumbnail image for video. Image of a Cape May Warbler in a tree.
Hundreds of Thousands of Boreal Birds Traveled Through the Tadoussac Dunes
October 14, 2023 — A new video series showcases this extraordinary phenomenon
Canada's flag illustration
Canada Shows Leadership in Halting Biodiversity Loss
August 31, 2023 — Audubon commends the Government of Canada’s global and domestic leadership on conservation and biodiversity.
Wet American Golden-Plover standing on the ground.
Tullik’s Odyssey Continues into the Boreal Forest and Across Canada
August 24, 2023 — An interview with Jeff Wells, Vice President of Boreal Conservation with National Audubon Society on the American Golden-Plover Southbound Migration Project.
Boreal Forest Experiences Record-breaking Wildfire Season
July 25, 2023 — Why it should matter to all of us and what can be done about it.