Bridget Stutchbury


Bridget Stutchbury was born in Montreal and raised in Toronto. She completed her M.Sc. at Queen’s University and her Ph.D. at Yale, and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Smithsonian Institution. She is a professor and Canada Research Chair in Ecology and Conservation Biology at York University, Toronto.

Since the 1980s,she has followed songbirds to their wintering grounds in Latin America and back to their breeding grounds in North America to understand their behaviour, ecology and conservation. She is author of the book Silence of the Songbirds.





Quote from Bridget From ‘Silence of the Songbirds’

"In the swirling steam that rises from your coffee cup could be the ghosts of warblers flitting among the orchids,

orioles sipping nectar from spectacular bouquets in the treetops, and thrush flipping up leaves on the forest floor"


Download Bridget’s presentation "Birds of Two Worlds: Saving Songbirds With Your Coffee Cup"

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