OFO's Rare Bird Ambassadors
OFO’s Rare Bird Ambassador plan is about empowering Ontario birders with the tools and resources needed so that they can coordinate with property owners to ensure the best outcomes for all parties.
When a rare bird appears on private property or public property where access and/or crowd control may become an issue, careful planning is required to ensure that the owner/host/property manager, birders, photographers and the bird all have a positive experience.
The goal is to promote positive relations between landowners, birders, and photographers, ultimately resulting in happy people and happy birds. Birders can still decide if they want to share sightings or not; we just hope that this makes the decision easier and spreads out the workload related to managing rare bird observations.
Find out more about this exciting program at: Finding Birds / Rare Bird Ambassadors
What to do if you have found a rare bird? Instructions for landowners and birders
Want to be a Rare Bird Ambassador? You don’t have to belong to OFO.
Photo Credit: Marsh Sandpiper by Matt Parsons
Upcoming Trips and Webinars
2022 Annual General Meeting
Materials and video now available
OFO's 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on September 24th, in Leamington, Ontario during the annual convention. For the convenience of members, the AGM documents and presentation by OFO President Jeff Skevington are available on the website at About Us/AGM.
The video recording of the AGM can be viewed on Ontario Field Ornithogists YouTube Channel.
If you have any questions, comments, would like to submit a nomination for OFO's Board of Directors, or volunteer, please send to email Jeff Skevington, OFO President at: email@example.com.
We are all volunteers, striving to make OFO a great club! Please help by giving the board your feedback and volunteering if you are able.
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