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Nominate an individual or group for a 2022 Partners in Flight Award! CLOSED
Do you know someone who has made exceptional contributions to landbird conservation? Nominate an individual or group for a Partners in Flight Award!
Partners in Flight Awards recognize exceptional contributions to the field of landbird conservation in the Americas. Nominees will be considered who have significantly furthered the mission of Partners in Flight and its goal of protecting priority migratory and resident landbirds and their habitats. To be eligible, projects or activities must have been initiated after 1990. Nominees will be evaluated in five award categories: Leadership, Investigations, Public Awareness, Stewardship, and the David N. Pashley Lifetime Achievement Award.Read more »
State of the Birds Partner Webinar Oct. 27th
The future of birds and the future of our communities are deeply intertwined, and it will take all of us to ensure they can thrive in a changing world. Join the team behind the 2022 State of the Birds Report—the first since the landmark study in 2019 showed the loss of 3 billion birds in the U.S. and Canada in the past 50 years—to learn about bird conservation successes, species in need of urgent attention, and how communities demonstrate that bird conservation is an incredible vehicle for environmental justice.Read more »
Save the Dates: 2023 EWG Confluence Meeting Jan 10-12
Over the three years since the EWG was formed, it has strived to be a unifying and organizing force for bird conservation in eastern North America, especially for broad-ranging issues spanning the borders and boundaries of our existing organizations, partnerships, and jurisdictions. Our three focal teams engage multiple partners and work toward full annual cycle conservation, science delivery, […]Read more »
The Success and Challenges of the Last 30 Year’s
As part of the PIF Visioning Retreat in February 2022, Carol Beidleman provided a summary from the PIF Retrospective Team, looking to the past to inform the future. This Team, with Carol Beidleman as lead, included Carol Beardmore, Geoff Geupel, and John Alexander. Through meetings in 2020 and 2021, the group examined both the successes and challenges of PIF’s first 30 years.Read more »
The Partners in Flight 2022 Action Plan
For our 30th anniversary, the Partners in Flight Steering Committee launched a long and short-term visioning exercise to consider obstacles and opportunities for bird conservation. Our target was to identify how the steering committee can ensure that Partners in Flight continues as a driving force in bird conservation into the future.Read more »
JOIN US for the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Birders’ Rally (virtual)!
Calling all bird lovers! We need everyone who cares about birds to rally together for the passage of the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act. With historic levels of funding and support from both sides of the aisle, this once-in-a-generation legislation is a rare bird. Join us as we flock together in support of this critical bill, which will help protect birds long into the future and make the enjoyment of birds more accessible for all!Read more »
Forest for the Birds Finished Webinar Series
Thank you to everyone that attended the Forest for the Birds webinar series. This 12-part lecture series addresses the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science, and forest management. The series told a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.Read more »
Forest for the Birds Webinar Series
Did you miss the last Forest for the Birds Webinar by Dr. John Alexander from the Klamath Bird Observatory? No worries you can find the recording of John’s webinar “Effectiveness monitoring – evaluating the effects of forest management on bird populations,” here. All of the recorded webinars from the Forest of the Birds Series can be […]Read more »
Partners in Flight success story: Klamath Bird Observatory wins BLM’s Conservation Partner Award
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) honored Klamath Bird Observatory (KBO) with their National Conservation Partner Award on March 10, 2021. KBO has been collaborating with the BLM’s Medford and Lakeview districts and Oregon State and National offices for more than 20 years. The award recognized KBO’s instrumental role in applying avian science to inform […]Read more »
What is it about birding? A panel discussion on the joys of birding.
What is it about birding? Learn about the joys of birding from a panel of experienced birders – and new birders who are just getting started. This recorded panel is intended to create a sense of belonging and community for people of color.Read more »
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