Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative

A cooperative partnership to deliver the full spectrum of bird conservation emphasizing volunteer stewardship.

WBCI conference draws 135+ participants to address declines in swifts, swallows, nightjars, & other aerial insectivores

Conference presentations now available online!

Over 2,300 Chimney Swifts seen on evening field trip:


WBCI unveils strategic plan to guide its next five years of bird conservation. Click below for the plan or learn more here.

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