Bird lovers now have even more of a reason to flock to British Columbia! The BC Bird Trail is a new online resource and trip-planning tool that connects locals and visitors with information on birdwatching destinations and activities here in BC.

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Situated on the Pacific Flyway, BC is home to a vast array of North America’s best birdwatching opportunities. Discover self-guided birding itineraries for Richmond and Delta, the epicentre of birding here in BC; the Fraser Valley with stops in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, and Langley; and Central Vancouver Island with stops in Cowichan, Nanaimo, and Parksville Qualicum Beach.

Terra Nova Rural Park - BC Bird Trail
Terra Nova Rural Park | Photo: BC Bird Trail

Whether you’re a seasoned birder or a beginner, this new initiative aims to engage birders at all experience levels, making it easier to plan engaging trips throughout the province to discover the joys and benefits of birdwatching.

Visit BCBirdTrail.ca to learn more!

An eagle in mid-flight.
Eagle | Photo: Shayne Kaye / BC Bird Trail

The BC Bird Trail is supported by Destination BC, in partnership with Tourism Richmond, Indigenous Tourism BC, Tourism Delta, Tourism Nanaimo, Parksville Qualicum Beach Tourism, Birds Canada, Tourism Abbotsford, Tourism Langley, Tourism Chilliwack, Tourism Harrison, and Tourism Cowichan.