Logo Contest

Blackburnian Warbler – The “fire throat” is one of the most sought-after birds during spring migration. The Blackburnian Warbler’s glorious colours brighten the season.

White-throated Sparrow – Vying for votes with its “Oh sweet Canada, Canada, Canada” song. This voice of the northern forest will be tough to beat!

Ovenbird – This contestant is for the educationally minded; its “teacher-teacher-teacher” song resounds through woodlands across the province.

Chestnut-sided Warbler – Who can resist this contestant singing “pleased-pleased-pleased to meetcha”? We bet you can’t!

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker – How can you not vote for a bird saddled with a name like the “Yellow-bellied Sapsucker”?

Yellow-rumped Warbler – Among the most abundant birds in the province, and known colloquially as the “butter-butt” this bird is a strong candidate.

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