Vision A Pacific Region United for Bird Habitat Conservation
By working together, we will ensure wild birds thrive in abundant and diverse habitats that we all help safeguard for future generations.
Mission Creating the Ideal Environment for Bird Habitat Conservation
Pacific Birds' Guiding Principles
Our work is driven by a strong commitment to conserving the environments that birds depend upon.
We respect differing backgrounds, viewpoints and cultures and seek to find common ground for habitat conservation.
We embrace innovation and creativity while striving to find solutions to complex habitat conservation challenges.
We approach our partnerships based on open relationships and active communications, and we work with resolve to live up to our promises.
We believe all partners have something to offer so we purse collaborative approaches to conservation projects.
We base our decisions on science that is objective, data driven, and defensible.
A Bird’s Eye View
We approach our work with a flyway and landscape perspective in order to best support the life-cycle needs of migratory birds.
Pacific Birds is inclusive.
Our partnership includes government agencies, non-government organizations, tribes, First Nations, private landowners, conservation groups, businesses and individuals. We believe that all partners add value and we help ensure they are not working alone.
Pacific Birds believes that conservation succeeds when partners work together to achieve common goals.
We bring people together who are doing important things for birds. From our three decades as a facilitator and convener, we know that collaboration yields the best results for strategic planning, funding, project delivery, and communications.
Pacific Birds reports conservation successes.
Habitat Joint Ventures across North America showcase projects to decision-makers, funders and the interested public. Our annual conservation report provides a regional overview of the Partnership’s work. We also report the acres of bird habitats conserved to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Congress on an annual basis.
We want your conservation projects to succeed.
Our staff works for the partnership. We communicate the information that partners need in their work, and we plan at the landscape level to ensure that migratory birds have the habitats they need across flyways. We support organizations and we promote collaboration. We showcase partner projects, knowing that public support is key to the work ahead.
Pacific Birds informs local habitat work, with the flyways in mind.
We help partners connect their on-the-ground projects with the conservation goals of the major bird initiatives. This helps partners secure funding, and it helps birds when their habitat needs are considered across their life-cycles.
Our partnership thrives on engagement and inclusion
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