March Edition of BC Birding Now Available

The March 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.)
This 40-page edition includes, on top of ornithological briefings and musings, some notable avian encounters, and lots of great bird photographs:

  • Details of the upcoming Smithers Conference and AGM
  • Information on the post-conference trip to Terrace and Kitimat
  • News about resurrected BCFO short trips, starting with Creston
  • A guest editorial explaining why the Canada Jay must be our national bird
  • More birding news from many million years BC
  • Eleven pages of Listers’ Corner tables
  • Thoughts on the Merlin Sound ID app
  • More advice and suggestions on bird photography
  • How not to avoid being harassed by territorial Swainson’s Hawks

Print subscribers ($12 annually allows you to linger over the magazine in paper form) will receive their copy through the post in due course.