Saving Important Bird Areas

Barn Swallow Photo: Tim Kuhn/Audubon Photography Awards

A global initiative of BirdLife International, implemented by Audubon and local partners in the United States, the Important Bird Areas Program (IBA) is an effort to identify and conserve areas that are vital to birds and other biodiversity.

Kittatinny Ridge Conservation Landscape
Priority Birds

Kittatinny Ridge Conservation Landscape

A Critical Landscape for Birds and People

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Why Birds Matter
Priority Birds

Why Birds Matter

A beautiful video of why birds matter.

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IBA FAQs

IBA FAQs

Why Do We Need Important Bird Areas?

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Forestry for the Birds
Conservation

Forestry for the Birds

Collaborating with foresters and land managers to consider forest bird habitat into forest and natural resource planning

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Discovery Center
Education

Discovery Center

National Audubon in partnership with Philadelphia Outward Bound School

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Waggoner's Gap Campaign
Important Bird Areas

Waggoner's Gap Campaign

Audubon PA makes plans to improve safety and security at Waggoner’s Gap Hawkwatch by launching the Waggoner's Gap Campaign.  

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