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Welcome to the Migratory Birds & Habitat Program in the Pacific Region. We work with partners to promote the conservation of migratory birds, at flyway scales, on public and private lands, developing and implementing plans to support bird conservation. We strive to achieve science-based management of populations and habitats; improve surveys and assessments; and promote public outreach and education programs.

Looking for a Backyard Bird Walk? Join the Reed Canyon Bird Walks Saturday May 23, 2015

.Spotted Towhee, Dark-eyed Junco, Rufous Hummingbird, Red-shafted Flicker. See them. Hear them. And check them off your life list. We've made it easy to go where the birds are! For the first time, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Reed College are offering three free 1-hour bird walks to provide you a glimpse at the many birds in your neighborhood without having to leave the city limits. Come out and enjoy a bird walk led by a local naturalist. Download the flyer for more information and a map to start the walk: Reed Canyon Event Flyer

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Migratory Bird Treaty Cenntennial

Last Updated: May 12, 2015


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