Migratory Bird Program Regional Office Atlanta, GA
Conserving the Nature of America - Southeast Region
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About the Migratory Bird Program

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Regional Office
1875 Century Blvd
Atlanta, GA 30345

Chief, Migratory Bird Program


Dean Demarest
Deputy Chief, Migratory Bird Program


Buddy Jones
Chief, Budget & Administration, Migratory Bird Program


Carmen Simonton
Permit Branch Chief, Migratory Bird Program


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Migratory birds are some of nature’s most magnificent resources. They have a significant role in the health of the environment, economy, and culture in the U.S. and internationally. The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Migratory Bird Program is to conserve migratory bird populations and their habitats for future generations, through careful monitoring, effective management, and by supporting national and international partnerships that conserve habitat for migratory birds and other wildlife.


News: Bald and Golden Eagle Rule Revision & Public Scoping Announcement Please visit our Bald and Golden Eagle web site for more information about the eagle permitting rules revision process and public input opportunities.

A Blueprint for the Future of Migratory Birds
Migratory Bird Program
Strategic Plan 2004-2014

Find banding and recovery locations for your flyway or state at Bands Across America

2014 Status of Waterfowl Report Released
Final results from the 2014 Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey are now available. Click the link above for a PDF version of the report.

What is the Migratory Bird Program of the U.S. Fish and WIldlife Serivce? Watch this video for an overview of the Migratory Bird Program and the work we do conserving America's birds for present and future generations.


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Last Updated: September 19, 2014