Western Hummingbird Partnership

PARTNERS

  • Hummingbird Monitoring Network
    Environment for the Americas

    Environment for the Americas (EFTA) coordinates the Western Hummingbird Partnership. Environment for the Americas was created as a result of International Migratory Bird Day’s success.  Created in 1993, the celebration has grown to become much more than a one day event.  Over 700 events are now hosted from South America to Canada, materials are available year-round, and other projects and programs have been developed to increase bird conservation education.

     

  • Klamath Bird Observatory
    Klamath Bird Observatory

    Klamath Bird Observatory is a scientific non-profit organization that achieves bird conservation in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the migratory ranges of the birds of our region. We developed our award-winning conservation model in the ruggedly beautiful and wildlife-rich Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion of southern Oregon and northern California, and we now apply this model more broadly to care for our shared birds throughout their annual cycles. Emphasizing high caliber science and the role of birds as indicators of the health of the land, we specialize in cost-effective bird monitoring and research projects that improve natural resource management. Also, recognizing that conservation occurs across many fronts, we nurture a conservation ethic in our communities through our outreach and educational programs. We owe our success to committed donors, volunteers, staff, and conservation partners who demonstrate that each of us can contribute to a legacy of abundant bird populations and healthy land, air, and water.

  • USFS Wings Across America
    USFS Wings Across America

    The US Forest Service -- National Forest System, State & Private Forestry, Research & Development and International Programs -- are working together and with a wide range of partners across landscapes here in the United States and overseas to conserve birds, bats and butterflies as well as their habitats.

  • Hummingbird Monitoring Network
    Hummingbird Monitoring Network

    A science-based, project-driven, nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of hummingbird diversity and abundance throughout the Americas. Our goal is to help improve the chances for the long-term survival of hummingbirds in the New World. To do this, our research program is science-based because it is a proven method of discovery. Much is still unknown about hummingbirds and what they need to survive. We are project-driven because it keeps us focused on results and provides a way to prioritize effort.

  • PRBO Conservation Science
    Point Blue Conservation Science

    Point Blue Conservation Science (formerly PRBO) advances conservation through scientific research on birds and ecosystems. Point Blue is a rapidly growing, non-profit organization with expertise in avian ecology, population biology, spatial ecology, ecosystem science, ecological modeling, conservation applications (including endangered species recovery, land and ocean management, ecological restoration, inventory and monitoring, and policy), and public education. Point Blue plays a lead role regionally, nationally, and internationally in applying science to address critical conservation issues. Point Blue will focus its work over the next 5-10 years on the effects of environmental change (e.g., climate change, habitat change, food-web change) on birds and ecosystems, using long-term data, quantitative analysis, and modeling to develop science-based solutions to address urgent environmental challenges.

  • Universidad de Guadalajara
    Universidad de Guadalajara

    We are a public university, autonomous and structured as a net of university centers and middle high education, with a presence among the entire state of Jalisco and with a bicentenary tradition. To generate an ambient of learning for all the people interested in their formation and develop their analytic skills, professional competencies and social responsibility is our task and compromise.

  • Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

    UNAM has excelled in many areas of research and houses many of Mexico's premier research institutions. Scientific research at UNAM is divided between faculties, institutes, centers and schools, and tends to focus on multidisciplinary problems particularly relevant to Mexico and the developing wrold.

  • Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory
    Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory

    RMBO was founded in 1988 to address a bird conservation and related public education need in the western United States. Our mission is to conserve birds and their habitats. We accomplish our mission through Science, Education and Stewardship. RMBO's Science provides the knowledge to drive conservation action. Our Education program instills a conservation ethic and uses birds as a tool to engage youth and adults in the outdoors. Stewardship works with agricultural producers to increase awareness for wildlife and implement on the ground conservation.

  • Royal Rhodes University
    Royal Rhodes University

    Royal Roads University is a public university committed to delivering quality applied and professional programs that respond to a world increasingly driven by knowledge and innovation. Our approach combines short, interactive on-campus residencies with dynamic team-based online learning.

  • United States and overseas to conserve birds, bats and butterflies as well as their habitats.

  • USFS Wings Across America
    National Audubon Society

    The mission of the National Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and earth's biological diversity. For more than a century, Audubon has built a legacy of conservation success.

  • USFS Wings Across America
    The USA National Phenology Network

    The USA National Phenology Network brings together citizen scientists, government agencies, non-profit groups, educators and students of all ages to monitor the impacts of climate change on plants and animals in the United States. The network harnesses the power of people and the Internet to collect and share information, providing researchers with far more data than they could collect alone.

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