As the human population rockets past 7 billion, natural habitats are increasingly lost. Those that remain are dotted with man-made threats. As a result, hundreds of bird species are spiraling toward extinction. Learn more and act now!
Hundreds of bird species are on a track toward extinction. If these species blink out, we’ll have just one species to blame: ours.
Rainforests are felled. Woodlots become parking lots. With so much habitat loss, is it any wonder many bird species are in decline?
Bird collisions happen because birds see the world differently. Millions die from collisions with man-made objects each year.
They are readily available on store shelves, used on everything from produce to pets. But many pesticides have harmful, even deadly, impacts.
People across the globe consume fish caught by fisheries. But many bird species—from penguins to albatrosses—need fish to survive.
Species that evolved together over millions of years are thrown out of balance by cats and other invasive species, often with devastating results.
Climate change is already affecting birds and their habitats. We’re acting to conserve birds in ways that also reduce carbon emissions.
Lots of people love birds. Even so, lack of financial resources and political will threaten the measures needed to protect them.