North British Columbia, Canada

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Northern British Columbia, Canada

Bald  Eagles - Northern B.C. Great Horned Owl - North BC North BC - Red Tail Hawk

Travel informationRefer to each 'Parks and Trails' section posted under each Northern BC community
(listed to your right) for detailed descriptions and pictures of North BC's favorite
birdwatching parks, trails, wetlands, bogs and estuaries.


Birdwatching North B.C. : The northern region of British Columbia, Canada is rugged country with looming mountains, raging rivers, remote lakes and miles of untouched wilderness forests. Some birds visit North BC for refuge, others arrive to nest and some visit during migration.

Some communities in the north fall within the Pacific Flyway Migration Route.

North BC is a haven for birds because of the many wetlands, bogs, marshes, estuaries and lakes. There are northern BC communities controlling urban sprawl thus protecting such sensitive natural areas for the betterment of the people and for the wildlife living in the region.

The North BC birdwatching parks, viewpoints and destinations number in the 100s. Too many to list here on this page. But the birdwatching destinations are listed with pictures under each North BC community section listed on this website.

Some of the bird species to observe when visiting the Northern BC area include the Bald Eagle, Red-tailed Hawk, Golden-crowned Sparrow, Blue Jay, Western Grebe, Peregrine Falcon, Great Horned Owl, Northern Hawk Owl, Turkey Vulture, Great Blue Heron, Rufous Hummingbird, Trumpeter Swan, Western Sandpiper, Red-throated Loon to name a few.


Birdwatching in North BC Canada eh!



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