Protecting Bird Habitats
One of the best ways to help bird populations is to protect habitat (for breeding or migration).
For videos, information, donation/volunteering opportunities check the following groups:
Nature Conservancy of Canada (projects in Prince Edward County and Eastern Ont.)
Hastings Prince Edward Land Trust
Land Conservancy for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington
January 21, 2019
Canadian Snow Bunting Network
Read the Canadian Snow Bunting Network's latest newsletter HERE
November 22, 2018
Fall Dinner Thank You!
Thanks to all our great members, friends and supporters and presenter Jeremy Bensette who made our annual Fall Dinner and Silent Auction such a great success. on Oct 27, 2018 at the Waring House
A special thank you to all those who donated to the auction:
(Janice Coulter was the successful bidder for the travel voucher from VIA)
Thousand Is. Playhouse
Angela’s B & B
Taj Mahal of the Glebe
November 1, 2018
New Coffee Outlet
PEPtBO Biodiversity-friendly coffee is now available at The Green Root (5529 Hwy 62, Belleville - just south of the bridge)
September 9, 2018
Blueberries and Whimbrels
"For three weeks every summer, Miscou Island plays host to migrating shorebirds called whimbrels that fly in from the Arctic and feast on the region’s bounty of wild berries before undertaking an extraordinary non-stop journey across 6,000 kilometres of open ocean."
Read Ivan Semeniuk's full article published in The Globe and Mail on Aug 27, 2018
In New Brunswick’s blueberry country, a ‘nuisance’ bird earns respect and allies
August 28, 2018 - Globe and Mail
Save our Swallows!
See details from Nature Canada about how you can participate in conserving and recovering populations of aerial insectivores (swallows, martins, swifts)
View the poster HERE
contact at Nature Canada is Ted Chesky (TChesky@naturecanada.ca)
July 21, 2018