Hudsonian Godwit walking through a marsh

BirdLife International and R2R- International Listening Session – January 31, 2023

“Halting and Reversing Loss of Migratory Birds through Strengthened Linkages across Flyways – A Response to 3 Billion Birds Lost” This 2-hour session is intended to be the first of at least two discussions in which BirdLife International will facilitate a space for our partner organizations working across Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to

Canada warbler perched in a tree, singing

Seeking an International Partnerships Fellow

 The Road to Recovery initiative’s International Subcommittee has the goal of working with others across the hemisphere to recover bird populations across their full annual cycles. ABC seeks a current graduate student or young professional to contribute to this work. The ideal candidate will be from and/or currently living in Latin America or the Caribbean, and will gain valuable experience with biodiversity conservation, decision-making, research, and international partnerships. The fellow will receive a stipend ranging $30,000 – $35,000 for work spanning one year. 

Click here for the full job description and application.

U.S. State of the Birds report released featuring R2R approach for Tipping Point Species

The 2022 U.S. State of the Birds report was released on October 12th, at  The report was released by the U.S. Committee of the North American Bird Conservation Initiative (NABCI) and represents a collaboration among 32 science and conservation organizations and agencies; it summarizes data on the changes in bird populations across habitats in the United