Birds of Canada

Canada, with it’s rugged natural landscape and seemingly endless unspoiled wilderness, offers ideal birding opportunities. The country boasts over 600 species, both residents and migrants, including a plethora of waterfowl, raptors and passerines.

The unofficial national bird of Canada is the intelligent and gregarious grey jay (or Whiskey Jack to the locals) and is present in every province and territory. Other iconic birds of the great north include the Canadian Goose and the Common Loon, featured on the 1 dollar coin (the “Loonie”).

Feature Bird Checklists

Bird Lists Available in App

Birds of Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary – Delta, BC

Birds of Boundary Bay – Delta, BC

Birds of Alberni / Clayoquot – BC

Birds of Manning Park – BC

Birds of Comox / Strathcona – BC

Birds of Okanagan Valley – BC

Birds of Churchill / Northern Manitoba – MB

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