There are some simple tasks that we can do as individuals to strengthen bird conservation. Small changes can make big impacts, so here are seven ways to help support the birds.
B.C.’s interior, rainforests are being logged at a rapid rate. Which not only affects the creatures that call it home but also the communities that depend on them. At the Wild Bird Trust we have an active plan to combat deforestation, read on to see how we’re conducting this plan.
Pollinators play a vital role in our environment and we depend on them to support our food systems. Check out these five strategies to help support our native bees and pollinators.
The area at Maplewood Flats consists of mudflats, a salt marsh, forests, wetlands, and a trail system that weaves throughout these different environments. The area is a critical ecosystem and is used by a variety of native and migrating birds, as well as mammals like deer, river otters, and coyotes. They use this area during
During the month of November, we began our “Nursery School” workshop series! At the Coast Salish Plant Nursery, our goal is to educate the public on the importance of native species; while also increasing the number of native species on-site, benefiting birds and wildlife, and other restoration and repair objectives. During the first week, we