Conservation for All
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.
A webinar for the public and advocacy partners about the State of the Birds will be live-streamed and hosted by National Wildlife Federation, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, American Bird Conservancy, Audubon, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and Klamath Bird Observatory.
October 27th at 12 pm EDT