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Colorado Partners in Flight

Colorado Partners in Flight, whose mission is to promote and enhance conservation and management efforts for Colorado birds, officially came into being in 1991. Participants include the Colorado Division of Wildlife, Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service, Department of Defense, USGS Biological Resources Division, Colorado State Parks, municipal government parks and open space departments, Audubon of Colorado and its chapters, The Nature Conservancy, Colorado Natural Heritage Program, American Birding Association, Denver Museum of Natural History, Denver Field Ornithologists, Colorado Field Ornithologists, university researchers, dedicated individuals, and many others.

The Flight Plan: Bird Conservation Planning

The "Flight Plan" is a national PIF document that defines the strategy for coordinating, developing and writing Partners in Flight Bird Conservation Plans. Much as the North American Waterfowl Management Plan does for waterfowl, PIF's geographically based plans will direct efforts and prioritize funding for conserving non-game land birds. Download the plan by clicking on the link to the right.

Colorado Land Bird Conservation Plan.pdf

Chihuahuan Desert Grassland Bird Conservation Plan


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