Bird priorities keep partners ‘singing the same song’

American avocets (Recurvirostra Americana) face the oncoming surf on a large wetland in North Dakota. ©Krista Lundgren/USFWS

A set of National Bird Conservation Priorities is being used to guide important bird conservation work. The four-page booklet released by the U.S. North American Bird Conservation Initiative highlights areas of consensus across bird partnerships. The document is intended to help partners, which includes TWS, communicate bird conservation priorities in areas where they share broad agreement. “A short, concise list helps leadership hear the voices that are ‘singing the same song,’” NABCI says on its website.

For more information or to download the list, click here.