2019 Annual Report
The LSLBO’s 2019 Annual Report is available online for viewing
Thanks to a major eruption of Black-capped Chickadees late in the season, this was our busiest fall migration ever at the station. Check out our 2019 Annual Report You can also view all of our previous years reports in the annual report section of our website.
Annual Songbird Festival May 30 & 31, 2020
Celebrate spring migration
Every spring the LSLBO celebrates the arrival of the migrating songbirds with our 25th Annual Songbird Festival! There will be tours of the Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory, birding hikes, nature workshops, children’s activities and a pancake breakfast. Then we finish up the day with our Annual Bird Run/Walk on Sunday morning, Check out our Songbird Festival page for all the details!
For more information, contact the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation!
Environmental Education Programs
Year round Programming available
Did you know that the Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory offers year round environmental education programming? Thanks to a unique partnership with the Lesser Slave Forest Education Society and Alberta Parks, we are able to teach students about the boreal forest throughout the seasons. Check out our brochure for more details!
New Boreal Forest Science Kits now available for Secondary School teachers! Topics include: Species at Risk, Integrated Land Management (ILM Science Kit) and Balancing the Boreal: Indigenous Traditional Use and Sustainable Forest Management. Check them out!