Tag Archives: Partners in Flight

2016 Partners in Flight Landbird Conservation Plan


The updated Landbird Conservation Plan from Partners in Flight has just been released. As with previous iterations, the emphasis is on applying objective criteria to determine those species in most need of conservation, delineating the habitats within ecoregions important for … Continue reading

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Playa Post Vol. 13, #3 – Congratulations on a national award!


Congratulations to the Playa Lakes and Rainwater Basin joint ventures, recently recognized for their conservation collaborations with the 2015 Wings Across the Americas Award.   For these and other uplifting stories, check out the latest Playa Post, the newsletter of the … Continue reading

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The Partners in Flight databases on Population and Species Assessment


The Partners in Flight databases were recently updated, and they represent an outstanding resource in understanding distribution and diversity of North American birds. Maintained by the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, the databases summarize information on population estimates and the species … Continue reading

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Grassland birds in population freefall


Spring is springing, and our meadows are ringing with the sweet song of lusty meadowlarks.  But no matter what idyllic prairie moments I might enjoy in the field over the next few months, one disturbing fact remains:  North American grasslands … Continue reading

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Life Cycle Conservation: American Bird Conservancy


ABC Expands “Full Life-Cycle” Conservation Programs for Migratory Birds ABC is stepping up an effort to turn three iconic migratory birds into examples of how “full life-cycle” conservation programs work. The birds are the Long-billed Curlew, the Golden-winged Warbler, and … Continue reading

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Partners in Flight newsletter – July 2013


PIF News – July 2013

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Partners in Flight Newsletter, January 2013


Interested in real-world, boots-on-the-ground conservation of native birds?  If so, then here is the latest from Partners in Flight. PIF News – January 2013

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