Oct 25

From the Field

Can Urban Conservation Save the São Paulo Marsh Antwren?

The race is on to protect the remaining habitat for the São Paulo Marsh Antwren, a critically endangered species that lives in the shadow of South America’s largest metropolis.… Read more >>

Jan 28

Perspectives

Bird Conservation in Today's Political Climate: How You Can Help

Bird conservation is under threat from policy and agency changes. Learn more and let your elected officials know that you stand up for birds. … Read more >>

Jan 10

Perspectives

Endangered Species Act Facing Its Own Extinction?

Like the birds it protects, the Endangered Species Act faces threats to its existence, notably from some members of Congress who would like eliminate it.… Read more >>

Oct 18

News

New Colony of Chicks Keeps Hope Alive for Rare Newell's Shearwater

Sometimes you have to move it to save it. That’s the theory behind conservationists' efforts to move endangered seabird chicks to a new, predator-proof colony for the second year in a row.… Read more >>

Sep 20

From the Field

In Latin America, It Takes a Village to Save Rare Hummingbirds

A culture of conservation is taking root in several South American communities as residents find creative ways to help rare hummingbirds survive.… Read more >>

Aug 17

News

ABC Aims to Give Brazil's Rare Araripe Manakin An Even Better Chance at Survival

American Bird Conservancy’s newest land purchase campaign aims to protect Brazil’s critically endangered Araripe Manakin.… Read more >>

Aug 16

Perspectives

At 100, Migratory Bird Treaty More Essential Than Ever

The Migratory Bird Treaty, adopted on this day 100 years ago, set a standard for international cooperation that we still follow today.… Read more >>

Aug 15

Perspectives

Celebrating the Migratory Bird Treaty, a Pact That Transcends Borders

A century after the treaty was signed, migratory birds still need our protection. … Read more >>

Aug 01

From the Field

Scientists Try A Daring Approach to Save Endangered Hawaiian Petrels

Moved from their mountain burrows to a haven on the coast, young Hawaiian Petrels will be the founders of the only fully protected colony of federally listed seabirds anywhere in the Hawaiian Islands.… Read more >>

Jul 18

News

Rapid 'Ohi'a Death Threatens Habitat for Hawai'i's Forest Birds

The 'ohi'a tree, a foundation of Hawaiian forests and a powerful cultural symbol, is succumbing in large numbers to an aggressive plant disease, jeopardizing key habitat for endangered forest birds.… Read more >>