A few good ways to virtually celebrate Migratory Bird Day on May 9th!

Alice Sun, a talented young birder who graduated from my young birder program, is doing a photography workshop for birders of all ages. The workshop (put on by The Wild Bird Trust of BC) aims to teach people how they can help bird conservation through the use of photography and storytelling. Alice Sun is an incredibly talented environmental visual storyteller and photographer. She will do a great job teaching you on this workshop!. 

In a world where habitat and bird species are under constant threat, we need this now more than ever. It is through visual displays that we can really influence and help educate the public about how important it is to protect the planet's animals and the planet itself.

This is a free virtual event happening May 9th at 1pm and you can register at this link HERE 

Also before this event at 11 am on May 9th you can join in with The Migratory Bird Day Virtual Celebration put on by Birds Canada , Metro Van Parks and the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. You can register for that HERE.

Alice Sun with the birds she is so passionate about protecting - Photo: Alice Sun


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