Voices of Saanich - December

Voices of Saanich is please to begin its 2021-2022 series with a webinar featuring Dr. David Bird,
Dr. Bird has written and/or edited more than ten books, including several editions of Birds of Canada, Birds of Eastern Canada and Birds of Western Canada, Pocket Birds of Canada, and Oiseaux du Quebec et du Canada. He is currently heading a national team to establish the Canada Jay as Canada’s national bird.

The Webinar is free to attend but in lieu of a speaker's fee, Dr. Bird would like attendees to donate to Rocky Point Bird Observatory. The Observatory, a member of the Canadian Migration Monitoring Network (CMMN), tracks the migration of Canada's birds in the spring and fall each year, adding to our knowledge of population trends, demographics, phenology, and other essential information about the species that pass through Vancouver Island. This information is used by governments, environmental organizations, scientists and others to direct our collective actions and improve our ability to conserve Canada's birds.
Once you register for this event you'll get a confirmation email with a link that will provide you with the logon information for the event.

Donations to the Rocky Point Bird Observatory can be made at http://tinyurl.com/DonateToRockyPoint

You can also contribute to the ongoing Voices of Saanich series, at http://tinyurl.com/VoicesOfSaanich


Wed. Dec 1, 2021
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Saanich North and the Islands Riding Association ·

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