Oregon / Washington Partners in Flight Conservation Plans

Oregon / Washington Partners in Flight has prepared five bird conservation plans containing strategies for the long-term maintenance of healthy bird populations in Oregon and Washington. All five are available in Adobe PDF format. The recently updated plan for coniferous forests of western Oregon and Washington is available as a low-resolution document in its entirety, or as high-resolution files of individual chapters. Click here to access the plans.

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California Partners in Flight Conservation Plans

The California Partners in Flight program has completed eight habitat and bioregion based Bird Conservation Plans (BCP's) for Riparian, Oak Woodlands, Coastal Scrub and Chaparral, Grasslands, Coniferous Forests, Sagebrush, Desert, and the Sierra Nevada Bioregion. These BCPs are for every land manager and researcher interested in improving habitat for landbirds. These plans are dynamic documents that will follow a continous process of developing and updating conservation recommendations for California's habitats based on the latest scientific monitoring and research data. Combined with the associated CalPIF study areas database and focal species breeding status database, these plans provide the foundation for adaptive conservation management in California's habitats. Click here to access the plans.

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Partners in Flight Conservation Plans

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This Partners in Flight plan is a guide to landbird conservation in the U.S. and Canada for future years. In 2016 the plan was revised to document the current widespread decline in landbird species throughout the U.S and Canada. 

Click here to read the 2016 Partners in Flight Landbird Conservation Plan.

Click here to read the 2004 Partners in Flight Landbird Conservation Plan. 

Saving Our Shared Birds: Partners in Flight Tri-National Vision for Landbird Conservation presents for the first time a comprehensive conservation assessment of landbirds in Canada, Mexico, and the continental United States. This tri-national vision encompasses the complete range of many migratory species and highlights the vital links among migrants and highly threatened resident species in Mexico. It points to a set of continent-scale actions necessary to maintain the landbird diversity and abundance that are our shared responsibility.

Click here to read this Saving Our Shared Birds; Partners in Flight Tri-National Vision for Landbird Conservation.

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