Prairie Partners is a program designed by the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory to conserve prairie birds and the habitat they depend upon. Over 70% of the Great Plains is privately owned. Therefore, private landowners are the key to prairie bird conservation. Our goal is to build a coalition of landowners and land managers who are actively involved in the conservation of lands important to prairie birds. We do this by monitoring prairie birds and their habitats, conducting outreach to increase awareness and understanding of prairie birds and their habitat requirements, providing technical assistance to landowners and land managers on how to incorporate birds into their management, and working with interested landowners and other Federal, State, and private partners to design projects to enhance bird habitat on private lands. Prairie Partners works within the western Great Plains from Montana to Texas, and in northern Mexico. The following is a brief summary of how Prairie Partners is accomplishing its goals.
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Executive Director, Administration
230 Cherry Street
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521 Phone:
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