The 2020 AMJV Year in Review is avail...

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The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in...

The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in West Virginia is the most comprehensive description of bird life in the
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 4, 2021 This press release originally appeared on The AMJV is proud to
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AMJV Partnership Receives Award from ...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 26, 2021 Blacksburg, Va. — An Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture (AMJV) Partnership proposal was selected
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Did you know? 🤩Did you know that red, yellow, and orange pigments in bird feathers come from molecules called carotenoids. Birds can't make their own carotenoids, but they ingest them in their food, from sources such as red berries.

Photo: Northern Cardinal by Mike Parr
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Timeline PhotosIt's October, which means fall migration is on! Literally billions of birds are traveling south to their wintering grounds in Central and South America.

Check out some incredible facts about these epic journeys our feathered friends are making:

Photo: Blackpoll Warbler in fall plumage by Frode Jacobsen
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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 Partnership Receives Award from National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to Enhance Public and Private Forests in Virginia

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