Aves y Conservación
We are the oldest bird conservation and research organization in Ecuador. We work in Important Biodiversity Areas (KBA’s) in alliance with local organizations and involving rural communities, who become the direct beneficiaries and main actors of our intervention.
“The freedom of birds and their ability to go as far as their wings allow them, drive us to continue the tradition of Aves y Conservacion begun 35 years ago to leave new generations a more sustainable world for all.”
A newly released State of the Birds report for the United States is a tale of two trends, one dire and one hopeful. While over half of the country’s bird species are in decline, investments in wetland conservation have seen long-term increases in waterfowl populations, once again showcasing the change that can be achieved with effective conservation.
This week, David Rothenberg and Olivia Chaney will perform at the BirdLife100 World Congress, sharing the beauty of birdsong with members of the BirdLife Partnership. By listening to the Birdsong Project, you can celebrate and enjoy the beauty of birdsong from wherever you are in the world.