Birding in British Columbia

A starting place for birding information for British Columbia, Canada. Featurung a birders discussion forum, links to birding news and sighting reports, regional hotspots and site guides, photo galleries, and visiting birder information.

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Birding Regions

British Columbia has many birding regions, each of which can be further broken down into sub-regions and areas.

From Vancouver Island (north, central, south, and west), the inner coast, Vancouver and the Fraser valley, the Okanagan valley with its pocket deserts, the south central Cariboo plateau, the mountains and valleys through the Thompson-Nicola area, the towering Rocky Mountains bordering Alberta to the east, the rugged Skeena and remote north west corner, Haida Gwaii and the north coast, Prince George and north central BC, and north western flatlands in the Peace River area.

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Birding BC Regions in Focus

Where is the best place to go
bird watching in British Columbia?

The answer, anywhere! British Columbia is a vast and diverse natural region of Canada located on the Pacific Flyway that hosts many world renowned birding locations. From offshore pelagics to high alpine plateau, from temperate rainforests to pocket deserts, from coastal cliffs to rolling prairie, British Columbia has it all.

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