At Pacific Birds, we focus our work where we can make the biggest difference for birds. Our habitat conservation priorities are based on the population trends of our birds, the threats to their habitats, and on our partnership’s strengths.
Meet the Acorn Woodpecker, a communal and resident species in oak woodlands (or in urban or residential oaks) in the Pacific Northwest. Their iconic waka-waka call was the inspiration for the raucous call of Universal Studio’s Woody Woodpecker.Read More
Bird Habitat Joint Ventures are collaborative partnerships that enhance work in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to conserve habitat for the benefit of birds, other wildlife, and people. We bring strategic thought to bird conservation.