What You Need to Know About the Migratory Bird Initiative
Birds are excellent indicators of environmental health, yet for many migratory species, their complete annual cycle remains a mystery. To identify threats and see where we should focus our conservation efforts, we need a better understanding of birds’ migration pathways.
Using the best available science, Audubon’s Migratory Bird Initiative (MBI) was created with one mission: to secure the future of migratory birds in the Western Hemisphere.
Sandhill Cranes. Photo: Janelle Schroeder/Audubon Photography Awards
Read on for answers to commonly asked questions about MBI.
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