Portland Bird Agenda
A new document that 1) summarizes the Urban Conservation Treaty for Migratory Birds Program and the City of Portland's accomplishments to date; 2) identifies key issues currently facing migratory birds in Portland; 3) outlines high priority actions and “next steps” for Portland to take over the next five years.
USFWS - Birds
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the principal Federal
agency charged with protecting and enhancing the populations
and habitat of more than 800 species of birds that spend all
or part of their lives in the United States. Education and Research;
Grants and Partnerships; Laws, Regulation, and Policy; Management;
Fatal Light Awareness Program (FLAP)
The Fatal Light Awareness Program (FLAP) is dedicated to preserving the lives
of birds in urban areas and is working to inform Canadians and Americans,
both at home and at work, about the dangers of buildings to migratory birds.
Partners in Flight-U.S. - Bird
One of the primary activities being conducted by Partners in
Flight-U.S. is the development of bird conservation plans for
the entire continental United States Waterbird Conservation for the Americas
The vision of Waterbird Conservation for the Americas is that
the distribution, diversity, and abundance of populations and
habitats of breeding, migratory, and nonbreeding waterbirds
are sustained or restored throughout the lands and waters of
North America, Central America, and the Caribbean
Partners in Flight - U.S.
A cooperative effort involving partnerships among federal, state,
and local government agencies, philanthropic foundations, professional
organizations, conservation groups, industry, the academic community,
and private individuals.
National Audubon Society
Audubon is dedicated to protecting birds and other wildlife
and the habitat that supports them.