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Atlas-3 2024 Kick-off – April 20th & 21st!

Interested in Birds? Help us kick off the start of year four of Atlas-3 this April, at our in-person kick-off event weekend! The event will focus on an introduction to Atlas-3 and how to best get involved. It is also a great way to meet fellow Atlassers, get hands-on training from experts, and ask questions ...

2024 Young Ornithologist Workshop

Long Point Bird Observatory is looking for keen young birders to apply for the 2024 Doug Tarry Young Ornithologist Workshop. Two workshops will be held this year, August 4-11 and August 18-24. Participants will receive hands-on training in field ornithology centered in Long Point, Ontario including bird banding, censusing, field identification, birding trips, preparing museum specimens, guest lectures, ...

Ethical Bird Photography Webinar with Mark Peck

Join Mark Peck for an enriching webinar on Ethical Bird Photography! Dive into the principles and practices of capturing stunning avian moments while prioritizing the well-being and conservation of our feathered friends. Learn valuable tips, and ethical considerations for photographing birds responsibly. Don’t miss this free webinar on Tuesday, May 14th, from 7-8pm. Register now to ...

Swift Night Out

Moss Park 150 Sherbourne St, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Join Natasha Barlow, Ontario Projects Biologist at Birds Canada, to discover Toronto’s best-kept secret and witness the amazing spectacle of hundreds of swifts diving into a chimney to roost overnight! We will meet at Moss Park at 7:30 pm for a short talk on swifts. We will then watch the swifts spiral into the Moss ...

Sappy Hour – Point Counts

This Sappy Hour will focus on all things Point Counts – both “in person” and “digital” point counts. There’s also a new feature on the NatureCounts app for people interested in doing “map-based” point counts that we’ll cover. We encourage everyone who is interested in helping with point counts to attend.

FYIxON guided hike at Cedarvale, Nature Guardians Community Science activity © Melina Damian

To submit your public events for consideration, email Noah Cole at noahc@ontarionature.org. Please send well in advance and allow up to two weeks for posting. 
Events must be submitted by a member group or run jointly with Ontario Nature.