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Birding in British Columbia

Canada -- British Columbia

Discover the top birding locations in British Columbia. Find out more about British Columbia Bird Clubs and Birding Organizations in British Columbia. Print out a checklist of British Columbia birds. Find the Rare Bird Alert Phone Numbers for British Columbia. Order books to help you become a better birder in British Columbia. Discover links to British Columbia Birding web sites. 

Sibley Guide to Western Birds

NG. Birds of Western US and Canada

Northwest Nature Guide

Sibley Guide to
Western Birds

Thayer's Birds of
North America version 7

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British Columbia Birds)

NG Guide to Birds of
Western US and Canada

Nature Guide


Province Bird: Steller's Jay

Province Checklists:
British Columbia
Bird Checklists for Many Areas in BC

Species Seen in British Columbia: 472

Province Ornithological Society:
British Columbia Field Ornithologists

Rare Bird Alerts:
(604) 737-3074   Vancouver

Retail Birding Stores in British Columbia


Birding Links for British Columbia:
Birding in British Columbia
Birds of British Columbia
British Columbia Wildlife Watch
British Columbia Hot Spots
Bird Checklist - Vancouver Island
Bird Checklist - eBird
Birding Vancouver Island
Vancouver Island Bird Photos
Birdwatching in British Columbia
Birdwatching Locations
Finding Sky Larks
Birding Around Vancouver
Wildlife Viewing in British Columbia

British Columbia Organizations:
Vancouver Natural History Association

Pete Thayer's Favorite Hot Spots:

Mount Revelstoke National Park
51.19 N   118.00 W
This 100 square mile park includes snow-capped peaks and alpine meadows. There are 40 miles of hiking trails nut the 16 mile drive up the mountain is best for birders. Late June is the best time to visit.

Vancouver / Reifel Bird Sanctuary / Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
49.10 N   123.08 W
The Reifel sanctuary is a key spot during shorebird migration with many rare species found here. The last Crested Myna, an Asian bird temporarily established here, died in 2003. Northwest Crow is everywhere. Take the ferry across the Strait to Vancouver Island and watch for Sooty Shearwater, Northern Fulmar, Fork-tailed Storm-petrel or a Jaeger. Look for Sky Lark at the south edge of the Victoria International Airport.


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