Birding in British Columbia
A hub for birding information for British Columbia, Canada. Featuring Rare Bird Alerts, directory to nature clubs and online birding groups, birding forums, and more.
The Greater Vancouver and Lower Mainland region hosts a wide variety of habitats from the north shore mountains to the globally significate Fraser delta, a major migration and wintering location. Major birding areas include Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, Iona Sewage ponds, Reifel migratory bird santuary, Roberts Bank, Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal, Brunswick Pt, Boundry Bay, Colony Farm, Maplewood conservation area, Grouse, Seymour, Cypress Provincial parks. Over 370 species have been recorded in the region with 250 species occuring annually.
Boundary Bay Regional Park
Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Parketlands
Cypress Provincial Park
George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary
Golden Ears Provincial Park
Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area
Rolley Lake Provincial Park
Serpentine Wildlife Area
Recent sighting reports for Metro Vancouver
Metro Vancouver Birding Hotspots
Metro Vancouver Species Occurance Bar Charts
The Birder's Guide to Vancouver and the Lower Mainland
A Nature Guide to Boundary Bay
Easy Hiking Around Vancouver: An All-Season Guide
This book includes maps, photographs, trail descriptions and ratings and remains the authoritative guide to the region's best outings.
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