WBCI’s 2018 annual meeting is just around the corner. With a focus on declining populations of aerial insectivores — swifts, swallows, nightjars, & more — the conference will be held September 6-8 in Waukesha. The hotel and registration deadlines have past but organizers still welcome walk-ins, who must secure their own lodging, meals, and refreshments… [Read more]
Operation Migration took flight 25 years ago when two artists-turned-aviators developed a method of teaching birds a new migratory route. The innovative approach helped stabilize the dwindling population of the magnificent Whooping crane. But now this chapter in Whooping Crane conservation has closed. Find out why here.
The North American Bird Conservation Initiative has released a concise, high-level summary of priorities for national bird conservation centered on five themes ranging from land and water conservation to policy and funding. Learn how you or your organization can make a difference at https://bit.ly/2MGZg34
Our bird conservation collaborative is celebrating 15 years of success and unveiling a new strategic plan to guide us through 2022. Learn more in this WDNR news release or check out the plan directly by clicking the image below.