The Institute for Bird Populations is excited to announce the release of the MAPS Data Exploration Tool, a new web application created to make the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) database more accessible and the MAPS program more impactful. The MAPS database is a unique and valuable scientific resource consisting of over 2.5 million […]Read more »
The Eastern Working Group of Partners in Flight cooperative partnership formed to bring together bird conservationists from a wide array of organizations to facilitate coordinated, regional-scale implementation of research, monitoring, and management activities. The Group covers 31 states from Texas north to Maine and 6 Canadian provinces from Newfoundland and Labrador to Ontario. The geographic boundaries are open to change depending on interest in participation from partners in other states, provinces, or countries, including the Caribbean and Central and South America.
Participation in the Eastern Working Group is invited from all interested parties working on diverse topics related to bird conservation. Currently, the Eastern Working Group has three active teams working on Full Annual Cycle Conservation, Data Management, and Science Delivery. Follow the links to the team pages for descriptions and contact information.
Working Group News
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 »
English, en français Bringing Birds Back: Restoring Eastern North America’s Avifauna Partners in Flight Eastern Working Group Virtual Meeting October 6th and 8th, 9-11am Eastern Time October 13th and 15th, 1-3pm Eastern Time The Partners in Flight (PIF) Eastern Working Group will be hosting a virtual meeting this fall, and you are invited to participate. […]Read more »
Scott Anderson The Midwest Migration Network (MMN) welcomes you to join our first ever virtual public conference “Connecting Birds & People in the Midwest” on July 21-23, 2020, featuring special keynote speakers Pete Marra, Director of the Georgetown Environment Initiative, and Fabiola Rodríguez, Ph.D. candidate at Tulane and research collaborator with the Mesoamerican Development Institute. […]Read more »
On April 24-25, 30 bird conservation biologists representing 25 different organizations, partnerships, and working groups met in Nashville, TN to explore common ground. The intended outcomes of the meeting included providing an overview of existing bird conservation activities in eastern North America, identifying a small number of priority issues upon which an Eastern Working Group […]Read more »