BENEFITING: FRIENDS OF THE NATURE CONSERVANCY OF CANADA INC
EVENT DATE: Jun 19, 2015
Join me in supporting the protection of breeding habitat for birds in the Mississippi flyway!
One Night, One Thousand Dinners! Gather to Gab, Gather to Give!
Your funds will help support birds like the Cerulean Warbler, the Ring-necked Duck, the Bald Eagle, Common Golden-eye and many other migratory birds. And every dollar donated will be quadrupled!
Close to 70% of all North American waterfowl are estimated to breed in Canada. Protecting wetlands and other migratory bird habitat in Canada and help support U.S. migratory birds. We are all connected!
Good for Nature. Good for the Birds. Good for Canada. Good for the U.S.
Cerulean warblers are listed as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List and as endangered in Canada. In the second half of the 20th century, this songbird experienced the largest population decline of any North American wood warbler. This tiny bird nests throughout the northeastern United States and in Canada in Ontario and Quebec.
The Ring-necked Duck is a type of waterfowl that breeds primarily in Canada and winters primarily in the U.S. This species dives for its food but can be found in shallow wetlands.