Birds & Science

We use the best available science to ensure the survival of Montana's birds and other wildlife.

Bird Conservation

We work to understand and conserve birds and their habitat, emphasizing collaborative projects that engage volunteers in citizen science or contribute uniquely to the protection of species of conservation concern. Many of these efforts occur through our Important Bird Areas (IBA) Program and via policy work on our top tier issues.

Montana Audubon River Initiative:

Our program to conserve riparian habitat for birds along some of Montana’s most iconic waterways.

Montana Bird Conservation Partnership:

The Montana Bird Conservation Partnership (MBCP) is a coalition of entities dedicated to “keeping common birds common.”

Long-billed Curlew Initiative:

Long-billed Curlews are iconic birds of Montana’s prairies. Learn what we’re doing to conserve them and their critical habitats.

The Montana Hotlist:

This project focuses on Montana native bird species which are especially at risk from climate change.

Colonial Waterbirds:

Studies and information on Montana’s colonial water bird populations.

Birds of Prey:

Raptor-specific conservation projects from around Montana.

On Birding:

Essays on birds, natural history and the complex human-nature relationship.

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Chimney Swift Surveyors Needed

Have you caught the citizen science bug yet? Another opportunity to go “swifting” should help!…

Harlequin Duck Research In Glacier Park

Glacier National Park and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks joined forces last year to learn…

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By joining our online network, you will receive timely conservation updates, action alerts, legislative news, our monthly eNews, information about upcoming events and more.

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Take action on timely conservation issues Montana Audubon is engaged with. Your help will protect Montana’s birds and other wildlife into the future.

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    P.O. Box 595
    Helena, MT 59624

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