McGILL BIRD OBSERVATORY

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McGill Bird Observatory (MBO) is a project of the Migration Research Foundation in Montreal, Quebec.  MBO is a member of the Canadian Migration Monitoring Network, filling a significant gap between banding stations, with the nearest other active sites in Ottawa and Prince Edward County to the west, and Tadoussac to the east.  Operations at MBO are patterned after those at other Canadian bird observatories, with an emphasis on migration monitoring, research, and volunteer training.

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NEW - the 2013 MBO report is now available

MBO 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.

Recent reports:
Latest fall migration monitoring program update
2013 annual report (PDF, 4.1 MB)
Five-year summary report (2005-2009) (PDF, 15 MB)


Have you seen a banded House Finch or American Goldfinch? Click here for details and to report sightings.

Older MBO reports:
2012 Annual Report - click here (PDF file, 4.3 MB)
2011 Annual Report - click here (PDF file, 3.8 MB)
Fall 2010 Migration Report - click here (PDF file, 2.1 MB)
Spring 2010 Migration Report - click here (PDF file, 2.0 MB)
Previous reports (2004-2009) are filed on the research page

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Questions or comments?  Write to us: mbo@migrationresearch.org

 

We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of our core supporters: 

Gravure Brentech Inc.

Please visit our Supporters page
for a complete list

 

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