Find the Birds to be at IOC
Adam’s scientific abstract about the game’s benefits to conservation education was just accepted by the review panel of the 2022 International Ornithological Congress, considered by many to be the most prestigious event of its kind. Adam will be traveling to Durban, South Africa in Aug. 2022 to present his research in-person at IOC.
British Columbia In-Game Location Available Late August!
The eagerly awaited 2nd Find the Birds game location will be available as a free update in late August. It is being produced currently and will add 15 new bird species, 2 birding hotspots, and 2 conservation quests to the game.
Game Co-Creator Adam Dhalla featured in Seattle Times
Seattle Times reporter Christine Clarridge recently did an in-depth interview with Adam on how the game came to be, why he made it, and where he sees it going from here. Read full article online on their website HERE.
Vancouver is Awesome
CBC Interview Now Available Online
Listen to Adam Dhalla, co-creator of Find the Birds talk about the game and birding on a seven-minute interview with Michelle Eliot on the Early Edition radio show in Vancouver. Listen to the recorded version HERE.
Seminar with New Jersey Audubon Young Birders Conference
Adam Dhalla, co-creator of Find the Birds and young birder, gave a presentation on the making and history of the game and answered some questions at the annual New Jersey Audubon Young Birders Conference. Recording HERE, starts at the 1 hour 25 minute mark.
Radio Interviews on CBC
Adam Dhalla, co-creator of Find the Birds, gave a series of five radio interviews on the morning of April 13, 2021. Between 630AM-740AM PST, Adam talked (roughly in the following order) with Michelle Eliot on Early Edition, On the Island with Gregor Craigie, Daybreak Kamloops with Shelley Joyce, Daybreak South with Chris Walker, and Daybreak North with Carolina de Ryk.