Citizen Science: Breeding Bird Survey


The North American Breeding Bird Survey is a cooperative effort between the United States and Canada. The bird survey is a longterm, largescale, international avian monitoring program started in 1966 to track the status and trends of North America’s birds. If significant declines are detected, causes can then be identified and action taken, to reverse them before populations reach critically low levels.

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This is Playa Country — a weekly look at the wildlife, wetlands and prairies of the western Great Plains, and the people who manage them — brought to you by Playa Lakes Joint Venture, an organization dedicated to conserving birds and bird habitat.

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Original broadcast: June 2014

Posted: January 24, 2016
Topics: Citizen Science