Five Bird Species Your Grandchildren May Never See, But Wish They Could
Partners in Flight Consortium Seeks Solutions to Migratory Bird Declines
ABC media release
Scientists who have spent decades trying to reverse the broad decline of migratory birds in the Americas will converge by the hundreds later this month in Snowbird, Utah, to seek solutions to the threats migratory birds are facing at northern breeding grounds, southern wintering grounds, and numerous migration stopovers.
The pivotal August 25–28 meeting of the bird conservation partnership, Partners in Flight (PIF), will look at progress in the struggle to conserve critical habitats, launch new conservation efforts, and form new alliances to conserve birds throughout the Americas. The meeting includes members of over 100 organizations from 16 countries across North, Central, and South America…
Read more about the meeting and which birds are at risk…
American Bird Conservancy
photo by Tom Bollinger/USFWS NE region

Five Bird Species Your Grandchildren May Never See, But Wish They Could

Partners in Flight Consortium Seeks Solutions to Migratory Bird Declines

ABC media release

Scientists who have spent decades trying to reverse the broad decline of migratory birds in the Americas will converge by the hundreds later this month in Snowbird, Utah, to seek solutions to the threats migratory birds are facing at northern breeding grounds, southern wintering grounds, and numerous migration stopovers.

The pivotal August 25–28 meeting of the bird conservation partnership, Partners in Flight (PIF), will look at progress in the struggle to conserve critical habitats, launch new conservation efforts, and form new alliances to conserve birds throughout the Americas. The meeting includes members of over 100 organizations from 16 countries across North, Central, and South America…

Read more about the meeting and which birds are at risk…

American Bird Conservancy

photo by Tom Bollinger/USFWS NE region

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