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PIBO Fundraising Dinner 2018

Tickets for our most exclusive fundraising event of the year are now available, and we hope you will join us for this memorable event. Madeleine Thien was born

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New spring event

  Spring is a busy time for us and for the migratory birds. To celebrate its arrival, PIBO is hosting a new event this year.

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Pelee Island Bird Observatory

Pelee Island Bird Observatory

The Pelee Island Bird Observatory is a non-profit organisation devoted to the study and conservation of birds.

Today is the last day to place your bids in our annual online auction. The bidding closes at 9 PM EST. There are many unique items you won’t find anywhere else, including some beautiful artwork, fantastic trips and more! app.galabid.com/pibo2022/items See MoreSee Less
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Our annual online auction closes tomorrow at 9 PM. If you have been waiting to place a bid on that great item, now’s your last chance! Birding trips to Costa Rica, Spain and Mexico are available for great prices. Check out all the items we have before it is too late. And thank you to everyone who has placed a bid :)app.galabid.com/pibo2022/items See MoreSee Less
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The trails are wet and our boots are heavy with the added weight of sticky mud, but we couldn’t be more thrilled to be monitoring bird migration. The weather is beautiful and migrating birds have been moving through Fish Point at an impressive pace. Since May 10th we have banded 376 birds! There were many highlights this past week but we there are few particular highlights we would like to share. On May 13th we banded a Swainson’s Warbler, which was the first ever recorded at PIBO. Later that day we banded an Acadian Flycatcher. Today we were delighted with another southern bird: a Kentucky Warbler! (Written by Evan Sinclair)Photo: Swainson’s Warbler, Acadian Flycatcher, Kentucky Warbler See MoreSee Less
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