The internet is awesome for birders because of how quick and easy you can find information about birds, birding spots, and cool blogs about birding. Here are eight conservation-focused websites you should visit if you haven’t already. These sites help spread the word for conservation efforts that help our birds.
- Bird Conservation Alliance – a network of wonderful organizations committed to bird conservation efforts
- Island Conservation – Committed to the protection of island life through science based conservation
- The Institute for Bird Populations – “Fostering a global approach to avian conservation”
- Fatal Light Awareness Program (FLAP) – Dedicated to reducing the casualties birds face during migration
- Avian Conservation and Ecology – an open-access, fully electronic scientific journal, sponsored by the Society of Canadian Ornithologists and Bird Studies Canada
- Waterbird Conservation for the Americas – A bilingual site focusing on waterbird habitat conservation
- Integrated Bird Conservation – carrying out a work plan to fill critical bird conservation needs and advance a three-to-five year vision
- Natural Land Institute – a local organization that is responsible for one of our favorite birding locations in Winnebago County, Nygren Wetlands
One thought on “8 Conservation Websites You May Not Know About”
I have known about a few of them! But most of these are new to me! Thanks!