RICHMOND, BC, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Rejoice, outdoor enthusiasts! BC Bird Trail returns for its third season campaign to expand its online guide to birding across BC, encouraging people of all ages and levels to get out and explore the best birdwatching in Canada. In partnership with Destination BC, BC Bird Trail kicks off his 2022-2023 birding season with something all new. Sea to Sky Bird Trail Two new standalone Bird Trail Outposts in both Whistler and Squamish Langford When Osoyoos.
An extension of the BC Bird Trail allows locals and travelers, as well as budding birders alike, to see and identify some of the most spectacular birds nature has to offer in five regions of the UK Free self-guided itineraries and resources for Columbia. From western meadowlarks, bald eagles and snow geese in fall and winter, to countless species of songbirds, swallows and warblers in spring and summer, nature lovers of all levels can take advantage of the newly expanded BC Bird Trails to explore birdlife. Observations can be easily explored. , conservation, and communities across our state.
Discover self-guided birding trails and community itineraries statewide at https://bcbirdtrail.ca/each highlighted below.
“As we launch the BC Bird Trail’s third year, our entire group of partner organizations are thrilled to connect even more B.C. nature lovers with an iconic opportunity to explore B.C.’s birding world. I’m excited,” says Ceri. Tourism His Director of Destinations and Industry Development in Richmond, Chong said: “Birdwatching really belongs to everyone. The addition of the Sea to Sky Bird Trail and the all-new BC Bird Trail Outposts in Langford and Osoios will get people out and about and exploring the spectacular scenery our state has to offer. It gave us even more opportunities to discover all the great birdwatching opportunities.”
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The BC Bird Trail was developed as a primary source of information on attractions, activities and accommodations related to birding trips in British Columbia, known for offering some of the best birding in North America. communities statewide. Most importantly, the BC Bird Trails are designed to support budding and seasoned birders alike, while engaging, inspiring and inspiring people of all ages and backgrounds. It is also about encouraging people to get out and discover the accessibility, benefits and supernatural wonders of birdwatching.
“Whistler is proud to be part of the Sea to Sky Bird Trail with its neighbors in Squamish, and proud to promote responsible visitation and tourism within the region through birdwatching.” said Karen Goodwin, vice president of destinations and market development at Tourism Whistler. “Working closely with the BC Bird Trails, Whistler Resort Municipality and Whistler Naturalists, we want to show visitors and residents our spectacular natural environment and the Sea to Sky region, which he believes is special for BC’s diverse birdlife. I am happy to introduce the reason why I chose this place.”
The BC Bird Trail is the result of a diverse community in British Columbia, the natural landscape that surrounds them, and a dedicated group of people who love the migratory birds that nest in our area year-round. Funding for this program is provided by Destination BC, Birds Canada, Indigenous Tourism BC, Tourism Richmond and over 10 additional tourism partners statewide.
To discover more local communities and plan your own birdwatching experience across the BC Bird Trail, visit: www.BCBirdTrail.ca.
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About the BC Bird Trail
Launched in September 2020, the BC Bird Trail is the state’s premier source of information on birding-related attractions, activities, and accommodations for novice birders, seasoned veterans, and others. We promote personal responsibility, sustainability and mindfulness. The BC Bird Trail reaches a total of five regions in British Columbia, including Central Vancouver Island, Columbia Valley, South Fraser, Fraser Valley and most recently the Sea to Sky region. late. For more information, visit BCBirdTrail.ca.
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