2019 Annual Campaign

WHY DO WE CARE ABOUT WILD BIRDS?

Because birds are nature’s voice and they need a helping hand

With your support we offer that helping hand with knowledge, skill and compassion.

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Susan, Jo-Annie, Weiyi and AmandaIf you were to find an injured bird, where would you turn? Probably, like many other people, to Le Nichoir. Every year, more than 12,000 concerned citizens like you contact our dedicated team of wildlife biologists, students and volunteers for helpful advice and compassionate, professional bird care.

While much of our day-to-day work is providing hands-on treatment to injured birds, our conservation work has at heart the long-term preservation of the habitat and welfare of wild birds.

In addition to responding to thousands of requests from the public for help with wild bird issues, our investment in environment education for young people is an important part of our efforts to meet this goal. We strive to foster in children the interest, understanding, and desire to conserve wild birds in the hopes that future generations will continue this work.

Every fall we invite caring people like you to show support for the work we do at Le Nichoir.

With your support, Le Nichoir will be able to continue lending a helping hand to distressed birds, and we will be equipped to make our unique education programs available to even more Quebec children – sound investments for the future of wild birds and, by extension, the health of our struggling environment.

You are part of the supportive community that makes Le Nichoir’s commitment to conserving wild birds a reality.

Thank you for your confidence in Le Nichoir and for making a gift this year.

Christmas Tree Fundraiser

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Flowers for Feathers – 2019 Edition

Flowers for Feathers

Workshop – Bird Friendly Coffee – November 9

The coffee you choose can change the world

Come find out why November 9th. Totem Roasters will be teaming up with wildlife biologist Jo-Annie Gagnon for a 2-hour free workshop all about choosing the right bean and turning it into the perfect cup of coffee.

Learn about coffee from the bush to the cup including how coffee is grown and processed and how to choose the right bean, grind and brewing technique.

Join us for a unique workshop and a chance to try a cup of Café Le Nichoir, our certified Bird Friendly®, organic, fair trade coffee.

Workshop will be given in English with a bilingual question period.

Space is limited. Reservation required by phone 450 458 2809 ext 3 or education@lenichoir.org

Note this presentation will be given in English with a bilingual question period.

Smithsonian Bird Friendly

Where: Le Nichoir, 637 Main, Hudson J0P 1H0

When: Saturday, November 9

Time: 10 am to 12 pm

Cost: Free

Learn more about our coffee at: cafebirdfriendly.org

Halloween at Le Nichoir – October 19

Halloween at Le Nichoir

Halloween at Le NichoirInterested in mysterious murders, haunted barns and bird hosts?  Le Nichoir’s volunteers have organized a scary Halloween night, bird-style. Don’t forget your costume, a flashlight and be prepared to be scared!

Includes:

  • A haunted outdoor walk on Le Nichoir’s property
  • A series of non-scary activities for younger children in Le Nichoir’s classroom
  • Halloween-themed games for all ages
  • A treat

Where: Le Nichoir, 637 Main, Hudson J0P 1H0

When: Saturday October 19

Time:  5:30 pm to 8:30 pm (sunset 6:04 pm)

Cost:  5$

Please note that an adult must accompany all children under the age of 13 at all times.