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Image: Cerulean Warbler by Ryan Sanderson, Courtesy of American Bird Conservancy and Flickr

2022 State of the Birds Report

The 2022 State of the Birds Report is now available!  The report shows long-term downward trends for our
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The AMJV Outreach Toolkit is now avai...

Our AMJV team is excited to share with you that our brand new AMJV Outreach Toolkit – designed
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Landowner Highlight: Boiling Springs ...

Deep in AMJV’s Virginia Highlands Focal Landscape you can find Boiling Springs Rod and Gun Club, a private hunting
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AMJV Partner Spotlight: The Nature Co...

Our AMJV partners are the backbone of bird conservation and healthy forest restoration throughout our region. To highlight
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Cornell Lab of Ornithology reminds us that "Spring is drawing closer, and now is a great time for folks in warm-weather areas to take a trip out to your nest boxes and clean/prep them for the upcoming breeding season! How many boxes do you plan to monitor in 2023?"

📷: Eastern Bluebirds by Emory WinshipSpring is drawing closer, and now is a great time for folks in warm-weather areas to take a trip out to your nest boxes and clean/prep them for the upcoming breeding season! How many boxes do you plan to monitor in 2023?

📷: Eastern Bluebirds by Emory Winship
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Cornell Lab of Ornithology reminds us that Spring is drawing closer, and now is a great time for folks in warm-weather areas to take a trip out to your nest boxes and clean/prep them for the upcoming breeding season! How many boxes do you plan to monitor in 2023?  📷: Eastern Bluebirds by Emory Winship
Check out this wonderful example of a local business supporting environmental conservation in Appalachia! ... See MoreSee Less
Check out this wonderful example of a local business supporting environmental conservation in Appalachia!
Wood Ducks can be found in forested wetlands all across the Appalachian Region. Unlike most waterfowl, Wood Ducks perch and nest in trees and are comfortable flying through woods. Check out this fantastic photo of baby Wood Ducks flying from a nest box!Happy Wood Duck Wednesday! A jump day composite from this past spring. Shot with Canon R5 at 20 FPS and every other frame removed. ... See MoreSee Less
Wood Ducks can be found in forested wetlands all across the Appalachian Region. Unlike most waterfowl, Wood Ducks perch and nest in trees and are comfortable flying through woods. Check out this fantastic photo of baby Wood Ducks flying from a nest box!

Conservation in Action, Partnerships that Work

Working both collectively and independently, joint venture partners conduct activities in support of bird conservation goals developed by the partnership. Our strength is in our ability to strategically deliver conservation actions at a scale and scope unachievable by any single agency or organization.

AMJV Partner Spotlight: The Nature Conservancy – Alleghany Highlands Program

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