Wingspan Magazine

The Voice of BC's birding, conservation and reconciliation community

Fall/Winter 2020 now available for download

In this issue of Wingspan, we spotlight the threats to shorebirds from continued industrialisation at Roberts Bank 2 and the dwindling bird numbers being challenged by Indigenous land guardians across BC. With thanks to Melissa Hafting and Alice Sun, we highlight young birders across BC who are also at the forefront of the growing interest in birding and citizen science.

Call for Submissions

We are inviting submissions from members and the public for our next issue. We are seeking new writing, art, and photography which will be enjoyed by 7500 readers across BC. Get the full details here.

BACK Issues

Wingspan Magazine is a free biannual publication of Wild Bird Trust. It includes information on our latest events, exhibitions, and programs, as well as feature articles, regular member columns, and updates on local developments relating to the Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats.

Spring 2020

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. 

Fall/Winter 2019

Special feature on Climate Change and Birds, educating children on climate justice, art from our new artist-in-residence, research symposium, new birding photography column, and many more!

Spring/Summer 2019

Featuring Birding in Iran, Pacific Coast Portraits Exhibit artists, Coast Salish Plants (and Plant Nursery sale!), Art & Nature Summer Camp preview, and many more!

Fall/Winter 2018

Featuring South Asian Birding Spotlight, Mountains to Mudflats book review, Highlights from IO Congress 2018, and AGM notice.

Spring/Summer 2018

Special WBT 25th Anniversary issue! Featuring keynotes from IO Congress 2018, Coast Salish artists, TEK-based Restoration and Reconciliation, and the 12th Osprey Festival.


Inaugural Wingspan issue in magazine format. Featuring speakers for the 2018 IO Congress, Kingfisher Summer Camp, and reports from the Habitat and Cultural Use Plan committee.

Get Wingspan in the Mail

Current members of the Wild Bird Trust of BC receive a copy of Wingspan Magazine in their mailbox twice a year. 

Not a member yet? You can pick up a copy of Wingspan at The Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats or at Wild Birds Unlimited. 

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