BECO is a non-profit organization that uses ecological research to advance the conservation of birds in Ontario.
March 2018 — BECO was interviewed about Barn Swallow use of new nesting structures for an article in the spring issue of ON Nature.
August 2017 — BECO attends the 2017 joint meeting of the American Ornithological Society and the Society of Canadian Ornithologists/Société des Ornithologistes du Canada, presenting a poster on Bobolink dispersal after hay harvesting.
May 2017 — An article in Ontario Farmer showcases BECO’s Bobolink research in an interview with one of the producers we worked with in 2016.
November 2016 — AWARE Simcoe reports on BECO’s grassland bird conservation workshop, held on November 22 at the Tiffin Centre for Conservation.
September 2016 — The Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario blogs about our Bobolink grazing project.
August 2016 — Check out BECO’s end-of-summer newsletter with updates from the 2016 field season.
March 2016 — BECO initiates a research program to conserve songbirds in agricultural landscapes with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Title photo credit: Jaelyn Kloepfer