A note from Partners in Flight British Columbia Our research is a tri-national collaboration among Environment and Climate Change Canada, University of British Columbia, Klamath Bird Observatory (OR, USA), San Pancho Bird Observatory (Nayarit, MX), University of Gaudalajara, and Tierra del Aves Bird Observatory (Veracruz, MX) to examine the full life cycle aspects of two riparian bird species in […]Read more »
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A note from our Partners in Flight Northeast Working Group coordinator Did you know that the only endemic breeding bird species (i.e., found nowhere else on earth!) in the Northeast Region has declined by 9% per year for more than a decade? Find out more about the plight of Saltmarsh Sparrow and other tidal marsh […]Read more »
Nebraska BCR 22 – Assessment Summary – Eastern Tallgrass Prairie. Upper Mississippi River and Great Lakes Region Joint Venture
This summary includes highlights from a JV assessment of bird habitat objectives and landscape trends in the Nebraska BCR 22 (NE-22) “State x Bird Conservation Region.”Read more »
The purpose of this Handbook is to not only provide an effective and useful monitoring protocol but to provide the background and rationale for establishing local and basin-wide monitoring programs.Read more »
The guide is meant as a starting point for individuals seeking out information to assess the pros and cons of various protocols in addressing their project objectives. In those cases where the protocols are inextricably linked to a broader monitoring program, the program itself (e.g., North American
Breeding Bird Survey) and/or the sampling scheme (e.g., Strategic Multi-scale Grassland Bird Population Monitoring) is summarized along with the protocol. Our focus was primarily on those protocols designed to measure abundance and demographic parameters.