Tag Archives: Important Bird Areas

Get Involved Today with Canada’s IBA Program!

A new video showcases Canada’s Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas Program, highlighting some of Canada’s cherished bird species, the special places they call home, and the dedicated volunteers – or IBA Caretakers – who are working to help safeguard Canada’s Important Bird Areas (IBAs).    … Continue reading

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The Trans Mountain Pipeline & a Billion Birds

Here on the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, more Trouble (with a capital T) is brewing for the birds – in the form of the Trans Mountain (TM) Pipeline expansion, owned by Kinder Morgan. (You might be familiar with this … Continue reading

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IBAs and Why They Matter

BirdLife International initiated the Important Bird Area (IBA) program in the mid-1980’s. The main goals of the program were to identify, conserve and monitor the world’s most critical places for bird populations. IBAs are priority areas where threatened, restricted-range, biome-restricted … Continue reading

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