Walks & Talks
The Thunder Bay FIeld Naturalists offer walks (field trips), talks (general meetings/indoor lectures) and workshops depending on the time of year. There is also an active Juniors Program for the young and young-at-heart.
Use the arrows in the top corners of the calendar to navigate to the month you wish to view.
There is no charge for attendance at TBFN walks and talks. Non-members are always welcome!
TBFN Calendar of Events
Last year's Global Big Day featured more than 60% of the world's bird species in a single day. Sightings came in from more than 17,000 eBirders spread across 154 countries. To be a part of Global Big Day, just go eBirding and enter your lists for 13 May like you did for the Great Backyard Bird Count.
If you're looking to get started preparing for this year's Global Big Day, here are three quick ways to have the most fun:
"Scout" your birding spots for May 13. Finding where the birds are ahead of time makes the big day birding more fun, and also gives you more chances to be out enjoying birds. Perfect. Learn how to use eBird to find birds.
Use eBird Mobile. This free data-entry app makes it so you don't have to enter your sightings at the end of the day, and tools like Quick Entry mean you have less time with your face in a notebook. Get eBird Mobile here.
Get a friend involved. Perhaps this is a good birding buddy, or someone who has never been birding before. Make it a friendly competition, or join forces as a Global Big Day team, and put your marker on the global participation map. Share on social media using #eBird_GBD. Check out the Facebook event.
No matter what you do—have a great time, enjoy the birds around you, and let us know what you find! We're excited to see what we can achieve together on Global Big Day. May 13, 2017