The Nature Conservancy’s Migratory Bird Program
The Nature Conservancy's Migratory Bird Program helps to ensure that conservation efforts appropriately address the special habitat needs of wide-ranging and migratory birds.
Conservancy scientists and planners work to identify networks of habitats needed by bird species throughout North America, Latin America and the Caribbean. Then, they develop plans and implement strategies to help conserve them at the local level.
Grasslands and pine oak forests are important migratory bird habitats, but both are in decline. Find out what we're doing to help.
Climate change is expected to alter habitat types, climate, and other factors that influence the survival of grassland birds.
Hundreds of millions of migratory birds travel routes along the Gulf and Pacific coasts every year, but habitat loss is threatening their livelihood. Learn what we're doing to help.
Radars are helping our scientists understand the flight patterns of migratory birds.