I received the following note from Jean Iron...
It was announced today, 30 December 2016, that Dr. James Bruce Falls of
Toronto is a Member of the Order of Canada for his achievements in
ornithology and nature conservation. Bruce is a retired professor at the
University of Toronto, known for his bird and mammal research, much of
which was done in Algonquin Park. He is a member of the Ontario Field
Ornithologists and recipient of its Distinguished Ornithologist Award in
2002. Bruce is an honorary life member of the Toronto Ornithological
Club. He has done much for conservation through his involvement with
Ontario Nature and The Nature Conservancy of Canada. The list of his
accomplishments is long. Bruce is a keen birder who loves all birds and
Rosetta McClain Gardens.
Photo at Rosetta McClain Raptor Watch on 13
October 2016, left to right: Bruce Falls, daughter Kathryn,
granddaughter Alison, son-in-law Roy (standing).
Congratulations and thankyou Bruce for all that you have done for our feathered friends! All the best in 2017!