British Columbia Birds welcomes submissions of original manuscripts of any length, on wild birds of B.C. Studies from neighbouring areas will also be considered for publication if birds found in B.C. are discussed in the manuscript.

Manuscripts summarizing field research are highly desirable. Annotated lists based on detailed study of an area could be a useful publication, although records from brief visits are more suitable for the BCFO newsmagazine, B.C. Birding. Papers based on laboratory research (e.g. physiology) are not suitable for the journal unless authors demonstrate strong links to avian behaviour or ecology. Advocacy articles will not be considered.

Submissions should follow the style and format of recent papers. Details are given in the Guidelines for Authors.

Submissions and enquiries should be directed to the editor:

Art Martell
Editor, British Columbia Birds
251-3399 Crown Isle Drive
Courtenay, BC
V9N 9X7

Phone: 250-334-2979
Email: amartell AT shaw DOT ca (Replace AT with @; no spaces, and DOT with . ; no spaces)