These databases were developed from the voluntary collaboration of more than one hundred ornithological experts to provide a standardized and transparent system that allows the comparison of conservation status and population estimates at multiple geographic scales for North American landbirds.
Additional data can be accessed from our partners via the Avian Knowledge Network (AKN), a partnership of people, institutions and government agencies supporting the conservation of birds and their habitats based on data, the adaptive management paradigm, and the best available science. AKN partners act to improve awareness, purpose, access to, and use of data and tools at scales ranging from individual locations to administrative regions (e.g., management areas, states, countries) and species ranges.
For more information:
Bird Conservancy of the Rockies/Parters in Flight International Science Committee
230 Cherry Street
Fort Collins, CO 80521
(970) 482-1707 x20
email: Arvind Panjabi