Did you know?
Nearly 3 billion birds have been lost in North America since 1970. Roughly 25% of those were grassland birds.
The NGPJV uses conservation planning to set goals and objectives that guide conservation action in the region. Our planning is based on an assessment of current patterns in habitat and land use, the human environment, ecosystem services, and bird resources. We use spatial planning tools to inform local conservation decisions and monitoring to assess outcomes and inform adaptations to our strategy. Conservation planning is a dynamic process that is constantly being modified based on continual learning and new information.
|Habitat & Land Use||Human Environment||Ecosystem Services|
|Bird Resources||Spatial Planning Tools||Monitoring & Evaluation|