Expand the Conversation
There are many ways to be involved with Pacific Birds. From webinars, to conferences, to social media, or even helping you find and apply for grants — we connect you to people doing bird habitat conservation in our Flyways.
Trainings, Webinars & Workshops
2018 Alaska Invasive Species Workshop and Conference
Homer, Alaska, November 13-16
Integrating Climate Change into Conservation Strategies
Vancouver, Washington, November 16
Avian Monitoring in Estuaries–Workshops with Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program
Olympia, Washington, December 3
Mt. Vernon, Washington, February 5
Climate Science Symposium for the North Coast Region (California)
Eureka, California, December 13-14
Celebrations & Festivals
Find a bird festival at a wildlife refuge near you in 2018.
Find out about some of the nation’s best birding and outstanding birding festivals in 2018.
Bird Festivals in Alaska
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has compiled a list and descriptions of bird festivals in Alaska in 2018.
Festivals Across North America
Cornell Lab of Ornitholgy maintains a list and map of festivals across the U.S. and Canada.
Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey
Help survey shorebirds for two days, from November 15-December 15. See the linked flyer to contact a project coordinator to learn more.
Volunteers wanted for Project FeederWatch in Canada.
Join Science Watch
Audubon's Science Watch is a community science program to observe climate threatened species two times a year.
The Pueo Project could use Your Help
The Pueo Project could use more citizen scientists to help locate and learn more about the Pueo, or Hawaiian Short-eared Owl.
Bird Studies Canada is looking for citizen scientists.
Find a program that might work for you, from looking for waterbirds to monitoring bird-window collisions.
Submit Your Event
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