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Annual Forest Bird Workshop

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For the past four years the Canadian Institute of Forestry has hosted a daylong workshop on forest birds. The 2015 workshop was organized in collaboration with the Petawawa Research Forest with generous sponsorship from FPInnovations and Friends of the Petawawa Research Forest. The event offers a great opportunity to learn forest bird songs and calls in the various forest habitats at the Petawawa Research Forest, how forests are managed for biodiversity and bird species at risk, woodlot management for birds and even included a special presentation on bats this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos from the 2015 workshop:

Al Stinson describing how tree marking protects wildlife values and biodiversity

Al Stinson describing how tree marking protects wildlife values and biodiversity

Listening closely to hear forest edge birds sing with Ray Metcalfe

Listening closely to hear forest edge birds sing with Ray Metcalfe

Ray Metcalfe describing where you can expect to find different bird species depending on the type of forest habitat

Ray Metcalfe describing where you can expect to find different bird species depending on the type of forest habitat

 Robin Cunningham talks about managing your woodlot for biodiversity and bird species


Robin Cunningham talks about managing your woodlot for biodiversity and bird species