The June 2022 edition of BC Birding is now available in the Members Only section. (You will be emailed the URL if you’ve forgotten the password.)
Included among the usual features are:
- Updates on the Smithers Conference and AGM
- Four pages of BCFO and BC birding news
- Four unusual avian encounters
- Five briefings on ornithological studies
- Features on BC’s pterosaurs, newcomers to BC, BC’s Coastal birds, and vanishing Goshawks
- Reasons why you’ve never seen a Connecticut Warbler’s nest
- An addendum for serious listers
- A useful tip for bird photographers
- Reasons why people care whether Mrs Moreau might lose her warbler
PLUS an unexpected technique for attracting puffins and terns to your window feeder.
Print subscribers ($12 annually allows you to linger over the magazine in paper form) will receive their copy through the post in due course.