Spring /Summer 2023
In this issue, we highlight an urgent call for the protection of B.C.’s Northern spotted owls who are on the brink of extinction. We interview Dare to Bird author, Melissa Hafting, on Real Change in B.C.’s Birding Community in the heels of Audobon’s decision to keep their founder’s name despite the family’s past slaver activities. Follow ancient migratory bird pathways that crisscross the planet with Dr. Timm Döbert in Flyway Heroes. Plus your favourite columns on bird sightings, nature photography tips, and native plant profiles are inside.
Double Issue 2022
Feature articles in this issue: Decolonizing Birding In Local Spaces; Tackling the Climate Emergency; Loneliness and Birding with Aranya lyer; an update on Roberts Bank Terminal 2 environmental report; Bird Poems and Images: A Pandemic Year Treasury, and more!
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Summer 2021 Issue
Featuring 10 up-and-coming youth birders from BC who share their passion for birding and citizen science. Also featured is RAVEN’s Jeff Nichols, in an interview on Birds and Indigenous Knowledge. Brush up on photography tips, including ethical bird photography and let the kids enjoy two colouring pages of nature-inspired art by Ronnie Dean Harris. Check out your favourite regular columns including the all-time reader favourite, Coast Salish Plant profiles.
In this issue, we expand our coverage throughout British Columbia and offer photography, birding, and habitat restoration stories, tips, and tools to help you make a sustainable impact on preserving BC’s biodiversity; with a special focus on how we continue our work in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.