The September 2021 edition of BC Birding is now available in the Members Only section. (You will be emailed the URL if you’ve forgotten the password.)
This is a particularly rich edition, filled with many superb photographs and a record-breaking number of substantial features. Well done to all the contributors.
On top of BCFO news, five ornithological briefings and the usual features are:
- A great spark-bird tale
- Two excellent reasons to rename 88 species of North American birds
- Reports of birding in Nevada, Newfoundland and Paraguay, and closer to home in the Chilcotin and South Okanagan, and off Vancouver Island.
- Birding news from 140 million years BC
- Adam Dhalla’s latest venture
- A sad tale of overheated birds
- Results of BCFO sponsored research including a Golden Eagle double feature
- Thoughts about “The BC Bird Trail”
Print subscribers ($12 annually allows you to read the magazine in traditional form) will receive their copy through the post in due course.