North American Bird Conservation Initiative

Founding Year: 1999



Judith Scarl (US NABCI Coordinator)

It’s a “coalition of state and federal government agencies, private organizations, and bird initiatives in the United States“, which works to “ensure the long-term health of North America’s native bird populations.” They envision a world where a “healthy and abundant populations of North American birds are valued by future generations and sustained by habitats that benefit birds and people.” To this end, the committee “facilitates collaborative partnerships that advance biological, social, and scientific priorities for North American bird conservation.”



North American Bird Conservation Initiative contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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