Urban Bird Foundation firmly understands that large contiguous habitats and wildlife corridors are critical to maintaining and preserving biodiversity long into the future. However, we also believe that working for the protection of open space and habitat within our communities — the places where we live, raise our children, work and relax — are environmentally important areas essential to birds, wildlife and people. We simply cannot afford to continue losing our connection with nature, losing local access to green space, losing habitats within our communities, and risking the health and wellness of ourselves, our children and future generations.
We use sound, science‐based information, and working preserve models that are presented in such a way that it has real meaning and utility to the people who live and work in urban and suburban settings. By advocating for and implementing a birds and people approach, we build healthy, nature-integrated communities.
*Data Provided by the US Fish and Wildlife Service