It’s hard to believe, but 2010 marks the 20th anniversary of Partners in Flight! I remember being excited by PIF as the first time I noticed a group of people and organizations coming together to pay attention to the conservation of “everything else.” Game species were covered. Endangered species were covered. But the dozens of rare and declining species that you couldn’t shoot and weren’t so bad off that they needed the ESA? Hung out to dry.
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