Kirtland's Warbler, Credit Joel Trick/USFWS
Kirtland's Warbler is one of many neotropical migratory birds of conservation concern. Credit: Joel Trick/USFWS

Providing leadership in the conservation of migratory bird habitat through partnerships, grants, and outreach for present and future generations.

Federal Junior Duck Stamp Contest
Congratulations to Si youn Kim of Tenafly, NJ! This 16-year-old won the Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest with an acrylic painting of a King Eider. See all the entries.

NAWCA Grants Approved
OnĀ March 26, 2014, the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission approved $54.7 million for 95 North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) proposals for U.S Standard Grants, U.S. Small Grants Canadian Grants and Mexican Grants.

Celebrating the Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act
When our songbirds, shorebirds, and other bird species migrate south for the winter, they don't stop needing our protection. The threats they face--habitat loss, pollution, climate change--continue and grow in many of the places they land. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act has worked for more than a decade to conserve migrating birds within and beyond our borders. Learn how you can help.

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Last updated: April 18, 2014