Welcome to Fraser Valley Birding, British Columbia, Canada! Our checklist area has recorded over 318 species of birds. Typically, over 230 different species are recorded annually. This site offers birders of all levels and interest a complete source for birding information what kinds of birds can be seen and where. Tips on attracting birds to the backyard is also a popular topic. A discussion forum is a fun place to share bird sightings, discuss other related topics, meet other birders and plan bird watching outings in a friendly and open atmosphere. Everyone is welcome to have a part from contributing records and photos or writing articles and sharing knowledge for the benefit for both fellow bird enthusiasts and the birds themselves.
Albinism is a rare plumage condition, that can also occur in birds, which makes some of their...more>>
Site Guide: Island 22 By Chris McDonald Island 22 Regional Park in north Chilliwack is being increasingly recognized as a birding hotspot in...more>>
Species Spotlight: The Yellow-rumped Warbler Yellow-rumped Warblers are without doubt one of the most adaptive and versatile of the warbler species found in B.C. They are the most likely warbler to be seen on a cool December day when most other warbler species are enjoying the warm tropics...more>>
Resources: Status Checklists
Seasonal status checklists display birds recorded in the checklist area. Click here to download one!