About BCFO/Contact Us

British Columbia Field Ornithologists

 

BCFO is a not-for-profit, charitable organization whose members are birders and ornithologists, novices to experts, that is committed to the study, preservation, and enjoyment of British Columbia’s wild birds.

BCFO administers the Provincial Bird Records Committee, supports a Young Birders program, offers research grants and regularly features members’ photography on its website. It also provides expert commentary on birds when asked by the media.

BCFO offers to members:

• A friendly, welcoming group of fellow birders with which to enjoy BC’s magnificent birdlife.

• Subscriptions to the quarterly newsmagazine, BC Birding, and the annual, peer-reviewed journal, British Columbia Birds.

• Participation in annual conferences, and in expert-led field trips to bird-rich locations around the Province.

• Participation in various bird surveys, conservation, and research projects involving amateur and professional ornithologists.

British Columbia Field Ornithologists
P.O. Box 61670 RPO Brookswood
Langley BC
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 Contact Us

Contact information for BCFO directors is available under the Officers and Directors tab.

Comments or messages may be left in the Leave a Reply box below or on any page on the website.

Last Updated: 17 July 2017

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Masthead: Orange-crowned Warbler, photo by Guy Monty

7 responses to “About BCFO/Contact Us

  1. Is the list of members available to other members?

  2. Frank Schroeder

    Just now paid for a new membership. Nowhere was I able to create a password to log on to BCFO. fs

  3. To keep your access secure, your password to the Members Area is sent to you by email from the Membership Secretary.

  4. Raincoast Conservation Foundation has just released a report on the Salish Sea that will likely be of interest to BC Birders. Please see: http://www.raincoast.org/salish-sea/ or contact: greatbear@raincoast.org if you would like us to send you a copy of the report directly. Thanks!

  5. When and how
    can I apply for the Tumbler Ridge event? Don’t see any directions on our site re this. Cheers, Michael Sather.

  6. We will follow much the same process as last year. Full details of the event and extension trips will be published here on the website and in BC Birding in the New Year. The registration page for both AGM and Extension will be opened on the website in late March or early April. Preliminary information is available under the Events tab above.

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