Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial 1916-2016

Pledge

By pledging to take action, you are playing a role in bird conservation and in keeping common birds common – in your backyard, at a park or at a national wildlife refuge. Many organizations, agencies and individuals are involved in bird conservation – we can’t do it alone.The treaty and wildlife conservation were the result of people coming together to help birds at home and abroad. This year offers another opportunity to “band together for birds.”

This year, I pledge to Band Together for Birds by

 

Help reduce bird collisions

Help reduce bird collisions with windows by decorating your windows with decals or using screens, leaving blinds or curtains partially open during the day and moving house plants away from windows.

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Participate in a citizen science project

Citizen Science is the opportunity for citizens to meaningfully participate in activities sponsored by a variety of organizations and contribute to scientific research.

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Share the love of birds

Take a friend or family member bird watching! Or, find a local bird group in your area.

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Add bird-friendly landscaping

The hazards we humans create in our backyards, workplaces and public places are also a part of the problem.

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Spend your money and time in a bird-friendly ways

Whether you contribute as a partner in a grant project, engage with local organizations through the Urban Bird Treaty program, or buy a Duck Stamp - YOU have an opportunity to play a crucial role in bird conservation.

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Last Updated: August 12, 2016