Good afternoon Bird Conservation Alliance,


We hope you all are doing well. Please register here to join American Bird Conservancy and National Audubon Society for a webinar, and Q&A, to discuss Bird Conservation Policy Recommendations for Congress and the Administration. We build capacity for conservation through partnerships and encourage groups, and representatives of organizations/groups, to sign on to a suite of policy options designed to help bring back the 3 billion birds lost. The webinar will be held on May 18 at 4 p.m. EST.  


Groups/Organizations: Please review the recommendations and sign on to join the effort to bring birds back!


Webinar Description:

A landmark 2019 Science study found that bird populations have declined by close to 3 billion birds since 1970. There is urgent need to address habitat loss and other threats so we can reverse this decline. We need a suite of actions that foster on-the-ground protection, mitigation of losses, and restoration of bird populations and the habitats they need to thrive. Accordingly, American Bird Conservancy and National Audubon Society have identified policy options needed to meet this challenge, address threats, and build capacity to deliver bird conservation on a much larger scale. Please register to join


Thank you and we look forward to the discussion next week!




Jennifer Cipolletti

Director of Conservation Advocacy

American Bird Conservancy |

Director, Bird Conservation Alliance

4301 Connecticut Ave. NW, Ste 451

Washington, DC 20008

(202) 888-7476


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