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Please note: this contact information is for media inquiries only. Please refer to our About The Project page for inquiries relating to any other aspect of the BC Bird Trail.
Press Release & Story Starters
- October 2022 saw the launch of The BC Bird Trail Mobile Experience! Designed to make it easy and fun for birders of all levels to discover BC’s best birdwatching locations on the go, our new mobile app is available to download via the Apple App Store and Google Play. Learn more about The BC Bird Trail Mobile Experience in the official Press Release.
- The 2022/23 BC Bird Trail campaign officially began in September 2022. Learn more about the goals and highlights of this years’ campaign in the official 2022/23 BC Bird Trail Press Release.
- Please visit our Story Starters page for editorial ideas in support of our 2022/23 campaign year.
BC Bird Trail in the News
- BC Bird Trail and new app offers loads of fun for birders (Cowichan Valley Citizen)
- B.C. Spring Break: 12 things to do with kids in Metro Vancouver (Vancouver Sun)
- The Ultimate 2023 Spring Break Guide: 25 Adventure-Packed Activities In Vancouver (Adventure Awaits)
- Columbia Valley Bird Trail offers app to guide bird-watching (Kimberley Bulletin)
- New BC Bird Trail phone app made easier for novice birders (Richmond News)
- 14 Family-Friendly Outdoor Activities To Do Around Vancouver During Spring Break 2023 (Inside Vancouver)
- Follow The BC Bird Trail through Golden (The Golden Star)
- A Beautiful Birding Location in Chemainus (Vancouver Island View)
- 8 Things to Do in Abbotsford (Even If It’s Pouring Rain) (Vancouver Magazine)
- Get Excited About Birds (Whistler Traveller)
- Harrison Hot Springs Itinerary – Where to Eat, Drink & Stay (Foodgressing)
- BC Bird Trail launches new app (Richmond Sentinel)
- Bird Watching Just Got Easier in BC (VitaDaily)
- Winter Bird Watching in Vancouver and BC (Miss604)
- New BC Bird Trail app accompanies the new Sea to Sky Trail (Pique News Magazine)
- BC Bird Trail Expands to Four New Communities (Altitude Magazine, pg 8)
- Four New Trails Added to BC Bird Trail (Soar Magazine, pg 9)
- From birds to brews: Abbotsford is the perfect spot for a weekend getaway (DailyHive)
- A new app for a brand new Sea to Sky bird trail (The Squamish Reporter)
- Birds of a feather (Toronto Star)
- Canada’s Columbia Valley is a nature lover’s dream (USA Today, pg 16–18)
- How to stop a gold rush (Canadian Geographic)
- British Columbia Offers Bird and Spice Trails, Farm Tours (Global Traveller)
- Birding 101: Guidelines and Basic Rules for Beginner Bird Watching in Canada (Explore Magazine)
- Heads up! Travels on the BC Bird Trail (Soar Magazine)
- New Things to Do in Golden, BC (Avenue Calgary)
- Celebrate Earth Day 2022 in Metro Vancouver… (Vancouver Is Awesome)
- Quest for Brant on B.C.’s Bird Trail (Roadstories)
- Explore Birding, Community And Conservation On The Incredible BC Bird Trail (Forbes)
- ‘Stories from The BC Bird Trail:’ Local Birding, Community and Conservation (West Coast Traveller)
- 2 New Trails Await Budding and Seasoned Birders (West Coast Traveller)
- Watching Winter Waterfowl in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland (Roadstories)
- A Perfect Day in the Cowichan Valley, BC (enRoute Magazine)
- Taking flight along the new BC Bird Trail (Calgary Herald)
- Heads Up: Travels on the BC Bird Trail (Boulevard Vancouver Magazine)
- BC Bird Trail for Families (WestCoast Families Magazine)
- Exploring the BC Bird Trail – Near You (British Columbia Magazine)
- Birdwatching is a Growing Trend on Vancouver Island (YAM Magazine)
- A Perfect Day in Richmond, British Columbia (enRoute Magazine)
- BC Bird Trail Offers an Easy way for Families to Enjoy Nature (FamilyFun Canada)
- Hiking, biking + birding: Get Outside in Abbotsford this Fall (West Coast Traveller)
The BC Bird Tail engages birders at all experience levels, making it easier for locals and visitors to plan engaging trips throughout BC to discover the joys and benefits of birdwatching.
This project actively promotes a series of core values that include ecological, personal, and sustainable responsibility – historical and contemporary culture sharing – and never-ending discovery through learning, travelling, experiencing, and sharing.
Our team is always working with partners throughout the province to identify opportunities for brand alignment in support of our core program values. Please contact us to discuss how we may be able to work together to promote birding opportunities in your community.
Writing about The BC Bird Trail
Please refer to our project only as The BC Bird Trail when speaking or writing about us. Avoid using variations like “BC’s Bird Trail” or “The BC Birding Trail”.
Access our Digital Assets
The BC Bird Trail’s digital assets, including photography, ambient video, and Field Notes blog content, are available to those in the birding community, tourism industry, and travel media for the purpose of promoting the BC Bird Trail and our tourism partners.
For access to logos and photography, download the BC Bird Trail Media Kit.
Please note: these assets may be used for the purpose of promoting the BC Bird Trail and our tourism partners. The may not be used for any merchandising or retailing purposes, placed on any item for resale, or used in any travel guidebook, or travel information website not produced in partnership with the BC Bird Trail and Destination British Columbia.