WorkCabin films new conservation video for Project Feederwatch

Bird Studies Canada Project Feederwatch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WorkCabin has wrapped up filming and started production on a new national conservation video for Bird Studies Canada’s Project Feederwatch program.

At regular intervals from November to April, thousands of FeederWatchers count the kinds and numbers of birds at their feeders, then submit their observations to us. This information helps scientists study winter bird populations.

Project FeederWatch participants receive a full-colour bird poster and calendar, a FeederWatch Handbook and Instruction Book, access to the data entry portion of the FeederWatch website, and the chance to contribute to a continent-wide bird research project.

Project FeederWatch is a joint program of Bird Studies Canada and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. In Canada, you must be a member of Bird Studies Canada (BSC) to participate. BSC membership benefits include a subscription to the┬ábi-weekly Latest News e-newsletter, four issues a year of BirdWatch Canada magazine, free participation in any of BSC’s volunteer programs, and a charitable tax receipt for the full amount of your membership.

To learn more about partnering with WorkCabin on conservation film projects, contact nature@workcabin.ca