In 2020, Partners in Flight celebrates its 30th Anniversary
and is dedicating its “conservation news” to sharing stories of migratory connectivity and connections to celebrate 30 years of partnerships for bird conservation. We hope you enjoy.
Each year, Klamath Bird Observatory (KBO) offers a $40 Conservation Stamp Set for purchase with proceeds supporting our National Wildlife Refuge System and other science-driven bird conservation efforts. This year, in celebration of the PIF’s 30th anniversary, the extra proceeds will support Partners in Flight. The two-stamp set includes:
1) The Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (the Duck Stamp), and
2) A Conservation Science Stamp, featuring the PIF 30th celebration.
Perks: With the stamps you receive free access to National Wildlife Refuges that charge fees, and discounts on events and other items from many PIF collaborators.
The stamps feature art by Eddie LeRoy and Sherrie York.
CLICK HERE or call (541) 201-0866 to order your stamps now!
The Federal Duck Stamp is among the most successful conservation tools ever created. Duck Stamp sales contribute directly to habitat conservation on our National Wildlife Refuges. The Conservation Science Stamp builds on this success by bringing additional support and attention to our additional science-driven conservation and partnership efforts.
By purchasing this set of conservation stamps, birders and hunters alike contribute directly to conservation efforts that benefit all birds. Together we are a powerful voice for conservation and together, by purchasing this Conservation Stamp Set, we are saying:
“We believe conservation of non-game birds, gamebirds, and endangered species is a priority for our society.”
KBO’s 2020 Conservation Stamp celebrates Partners in Flight’s 30th anniversary and features this year’s World Migratory Bird Day art and theme — Birds Connect Our World. Partners in Fight embodies this theme through its mission of proactive, voluntary, science-based conservation to “keep common birds common” — before they require costly endangered species listing. For 30 years PIF has been consistent and effective with this as our focus. PIF brings society’s support from a large and growing constituency of birders and citizen scientists that provide data and a public voice for bird conservation. Therein lies the strength of Partners in Flight and its international network of expertise. The effectiveness of PIF’s network is the strength of the community of people who engage. We can bring species populations back when we work together to apply the knowledge and capacity at hand. Partners in Flight’s 30th anniversary is a working anniversary as well as a celebratory one. Therefore, we encourage you to engage in our network; together we can turn bird populations around.
Klamath Bird Observatory is an official distributor of the Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp.