2022 Annual Report is ready!

Last season, the LSLBO wrapped up our 29th year of migration monitoring on the eastern shores of Lesser Slave Lake, and we are busy getting ready for another busy spring at the station.

For a recap of last season at the LSLBO and everything that we accomplished, check out the 2022 Annual Report. 

Thank you to all of our sponsors and supporters that enable us to do what we do including: Alberta Conservation Association, West Fraser, Vanderwell Contractors Ltd, Tolko Industries, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada Summer Jobs Program, Alberta Parks and our many dedicated members and donors!

Check out our Spring Fieldtrips! 

Spring will be arriving soon, so check out all of our curriculum-based fieldtrip options for your students including:

  • Spring Bird Observatory Tours for all grades.
  • Then head over to the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation for more programming options:
    • Preschool/Kindergarten: What is a bird
    • Kindergarten: Lost in the Woods
    • Grade 4 Provincial Park Explorers
    • Gr 4-9: LEEDing the way
    • Gr 7: The Great Boreal Forest
    • Ecology Hikes for any grade along our trails

Check out our Education Page for more program ideas and resources!

Download our Education Program Brochure here! 

Just call us for more information at:  780-849-8240 or info@borealbirdcentre.ca

26th Annual Songbird Festival

May 27 & 28th, 2023

Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation

Celebrate Spring Migration in the Boreal Forest at our 26th Annual Songbird Festival. On Saturday, May 27th, there will be tours of the Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory, birding walks, nature workshops, pancake breakfast, bird house building and lots of activities for entire family. Then on Sunday morning, May 28th, we will be hosting our 17th Annual Bird Run/Walk (5K/10K). We hope to see you there.

For the most up to date program information, visit our 26th Annual Songbird Festival page!

Wilson Warbler - Male