USFWS
Migratory Bird Management
Alaska Region

Landbirds/ Raptors

Boreal Partners in Flight

Boreal Partners in Flight is a coalition of individuals who are working together to help conserve landbird populations throughout boreal regions of North America. Boreal Partners in Flight is the official Alaska state working group of the international Partners in Flight program. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plays a leading role in Boreal Partners in Flight which has over 100 members, including representatives from all the major federal land and resource managers in Alaska and Canada, state and provincial agencies, universities, Alaska Native corporations, and local environmental consulting firms. Nongovernmental organizations such as the Alaska Bird Observatory, Alaska Natural Heritage Program, and local chapters of the National Audubon Society play key roles. The foundation of the program, however, relies on the commitment of individuals. Boreal Partners in Flight includes biologists, land managers, teachers, and birders—a diverse, active, and dedicated group.

Last Updated: March 26, 2010