Partner's in Flight Avian Conservation Assessment Database This database provides global and regional conservation assessments of each bird species that, among other uses, can be used to objectively assign regional and continental conservation priorities among birds. Currently, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies maintains PIF species assessment data on all bird species in the U.S. Canada, Mexico, and Central America.
Partner's in Flight Landbird Population Estimation Database
: This database aims to:
1. Provide access to the latest USA/Canada landbird population estimates at a variety of geographic scales (global, continental, national, Bird Conservation Region, state and province), &Avian Knowledge Network : The Avian Knowledge Network (AKN) is a collaborative effort between a multitude of stakeholders to facilitate and enhance bird conservation. Visit the AKN to see a variety of interactive tools, data products, and information. These resources can be used by a variety of audiences for a number of purposes including, but not limited to, aiding in decisions about conservation actions, project siting, or just learning about bird status and occurrence.
2. Provide transparency on the methods, assumptions, data sources, and species-specific correction factors used by PIF to create these estimates.
Federal Avian Data Center: Federal agencies recognized an opportunity to build upon the existing infrastructure of the Avian Knowledge Network to develop a system that would help federal agencies and their constituents achieve their conservation and compliance goals with regard to migratory birds. Several federal agencies sponsored and launched the development of the Federal Avian Data Center to allow for data aggregation and accessibility among regional AKN nodes.
Midwest Avian Data Center Applications: A node of the Avian Knowledge Network which provides links to data entry applications including the point count and secretive marsh bird databases.