Dedicated to achieving conservation results for birds of the Americas.
Protecting land of critical importance to the conservation of Ecuador’s endangered birds and associated biodiversity.
Protecting wild birds and their habitats in Colombia through research, directed conservation actions, and community engagement.
Protecting threatened tropical forests and endangered wildlife by partnering with local and community organizations in and around the areas that are being threatened.
Providing leadership in education, research, and the responsible use of natural resources in the tropics.
Using expertise in behavioral science to empower community-led adoption of new sustainable behaviors and solutions.
Promoting the protection of biodiversity through research, monitoring, education, policy, and the establishment of protected areas.
Promoting biodiversity conservation and responsible use of natural resources in Northeast Brazil while encouraging changes in attitude to build a sustainable society.
Conserving Bolivia’s birds and their habitats by empowering local people.
Conservation of Brazilian biodiversity.
Conserving threatened flora and fauna and their ecosystems in Peru through protection of biological diversity and sustainable management of natural resources.
Protecting, conserving, and restoring ecosystems of the Atlantic rainforest according to universal ecocentric ethics.
Promoting environmental conservation and sustainable development with particular emphasis on the Blue and John Crow Mountains for the benefit of Jamaica and its people.
Preserving birds and natural environments for a healthy planet for present and future generations.
Conserving Hispaniolan birds and their habitats through research, community education, and professional training.
Protection for endangered UNESCO World Heritage and National Parks in developing countries.
Dedicated to understanding, conserving and championing the grand phenomenon of bird migration.
Conservation of the Chilean Woodstar.
Promoting the awareness, science, and conservation of Neotropical birds