• How citizen scientists are helping to protect migratory birds

    1 month ago - By CG Compass

    A male Canada warbler. This tiny bird flies more than 5,500 kilometres each spring from its winter grounds in South America to its breeding grounds in Canada.
    The quiet Canadian winter is beginning to burst forth into the colourful symphony of spring. Every year, millions of songbirds fly thousands of kilometres from their southern wintering grounds to breed in Canada. Among them is my favourite: the tiny Canada warbler, which to me is like the proverbial canary in a coal mine, but in our forests.
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