FRONTENAC BIRD STUDIES

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The Frontenac Arch is the billion-year-old “backbone” of eastern North America and a region of outstanding ecological significance. It is a vital habitat corridor for migration and a critical nursery for many of Ontario’s disappearing flora and fauna.

Frontenac Bird Studies (FBS) is a new long-term initiative for the study and protection of birds in the Frontenac Arch launched in spring 2009. 

Watch for updates on FBS to be added on this page, and use the links below to follow the the latest sightings and other project news.

 

LATEST NEWS FROM FRONTENAC BIRD STUDIES:
 

Project Blog           Twitter           Facebook

 

PROJECT REPORTS:
 
2009 Summary      2009 Technical Report     2010 Summary      2010 Technical Report     2011 Summary      2011 Technical Report

 

FBS relies heavily on volunteers; donations to support operating costs are greatly appreciated!  Charitable tax receipts will be issued for all donations upon request.  Click on the button below to donate securely using Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Paypal.

Frontenac Bird Studies gratefully acknowledges the support of:

The John Hackney Foundation
for the Noosphere


The McLean Foundation

Questions or comments?  Write to us:

Dan Derbyshire
Manager, Frontenac Bird Studies
fbs@migrationresearch.org

 

2002- The Migration Research Foundation Inc.