Urban Bird Treaty Program
The Urban Conservation Treaty for Migratory Birds (Urban Bird Treaty) program was created to help municipal governments conserve birds that live and nest in or overwinter or migrate through their cities. Launched in 1999, the first treaty was signed with New Orleans, and the second treaty was signed with Chicago.
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Urban Bird Treaty Program Component Goals
The program component goals of the Urban Conservation Treaty for Migratory Birds are:
- Protect, restore, and enhance urban/suburban habitats for birds
- Reduce hazards to birds
- Educate and engage urban/suburban citizens in caring about and conserving birds and their habitats