is a cooperative effort to align and strengthen bird monitoring programs in the Northeast. State, federal, and non-governmental organizations have teamed up to develop a coordinated approach to monitoring avian abundance, distribution, and demographics in the thirteen states of US Fish and Wildlife Service Region 5 (CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT, and WV). This initiative will help build the fundamental basis for science-based bird conservation in the Northeast, while providing a model for coordinated monitoring in other regions.
The Northeast Coordinated Bird Monitoring Partnership offers a variety of tools and resources to support bird monitoring activities in the region, including an organizing framework, annual workshops, a project implementation fund, and a data management system. For more information, please browse the links. To request periodic updates, please contact
the coordinator. Thank you for your interest!