We conduct interdisciplinary research around the world to understand the threats and actions needed to protect priority systems and species, and the ways to work with people to achieve conservation.
Science to Action
Bridging the gap between science and action, we bring information to decision-makers, practitioners, and partners to achieve landscape-scale conservation for ecosystems and birds, such as the Golden-winged Warbler.
Partnerships and Capacity-Building
With partners across the hemisphere, we share expertise and build capacity to apply science, monitor bird populations, and implement solutions that protect biodiversity and sustainable livelihoods.
Land Trust Bird Conservation Initiative
We provide resources, tools, and funding opportunities to help land trusts amplify the protection and stewardship of birds and habitats across the 47 million acres protected by land trusts nationwide.
Bird and Biodiversity Monitoring
Working with partners across the Western hemisphere, we develop integrated bird monitoring programs to advance quantifiable, targeted conservation outcomes.
Full Annual and Life Cycle Conservation
Coastal Solutions Program
Shorebird declines represent the number one avian conservation crisis in the world today, and to stem the tide, it is imperative to protect and restore these interconnected coastal habitats. The Coastal Solutions Fellows Program addresses the shorebird crisis.
Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes
Policy and Management
Senior Director, Conservation Science
Director of the Coastal Solutions Fellows Program
Sandra Mosqueira Caminada
Applied Conservation Scientist
Viviana Ruiz Gutierrez
Blackburnian Warbler by Guillermo Santos; Tricolored Blackbird by Nigel Voaden/Macaulay Library; Juan Nicolás Hernandez-Aguilera lectures to a class at the De Los Andes Cooperativa, by Guillermo Santos; Indian River Lakes Conservancy, by IRLC; Snow Geese by Marky Mutchler/Macaulay Library; Neotropical flyways illustration by Chloe Lam; Western Sandpiper by Susan Schalbe via Birdshare; Colombia landscape by Guillermo Santos; Eastern Meadowlark by Nick Pulcinella via Birdshare.