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Migratory Bird Conservation

Every year billions of birds undergo an astounding journey. Lengthening days prompt migratory birds to head towards their breeding grounds, a few short months later they return to their wintering grounds, their numbers swollen with that year’s young. Throughout it all they face seemingly insurmountable challenges.

In 1995 Partner’s In Flight published a concise, action-oriented booklet to help those interested in birds and their environment play a role in their conservation. Some topics may need a slight tweaking and others may need a major overhaul to bring it up to date, but for the most part the core information remains solid. In fact, fifteen years later I find the information even more pressing, so I decided to re-publish this information in its entirety.

I hope you find the information useful.  Please feel free to leave comments that would improve this document, add to the information, or share your experiences – were your efforts successful?  Anything more readers should know as they undertake their individual or shared conservation programs?  I look forward to hearing from you.

Conservationaly,

Mike

THE CITIZEN’S GUIDE TO MIGRATORY BIRD CONSERVATION

Still to come . . .

  • Action in Your Yard
  • Action in the Field
  • Participate in Conservation Programs
  • Community Land-use Planning
  • Developing and Implementing a Local Habitat Conservation Program
  • Forming and Maintaining a Local Conservation Group

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