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MultimediaNorth American Migratory Bird Joint Ventures: 25 Years

Migratory Bird Joint Ventures are cooperative, regional partnerships that work to conserve habitat for the benefit of birds, other wildlife, and people.

Flight 93 Memorial Site Habitat Restoration

The Appalachian Regional Reforestation Initiative is hard at work reestablishing native forests on former coal mining sites throughout Appalachia. The Flight 93 Memorial in Storystown, PA is one of these sites.

USFWS Migratory Bird Program

This short video gives an overview of the Migratory Bird Program and the work we do conserving America's birds for present and future generations.

Shade Grown Coffee: Saving Migratory Birds of North and Latin Americas

Many migratory birds that breed in the Appalachians winter in tropical forests in Latin America. These tropical forests are increasingly threatened due to encroachment from coffee farms that eliminate shade trees that wildlife depends on.

The Importance of Southern Appalachian Bogs to Birds

Southern Appalachian bogs are an extremely rare habitat type. In this video, Service biologist Sue Cameron discusses the importance of bogs to a variety of birds.


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