Improving the Science of Reintroduction & Repopulation process is our goal. Setting up Breed & Release projects in native habitat of struggling species that benefit from population increase is how we achieve that goal.
There are over 9,900 known species of birds. One hundred and twenty-eight (128) have already become extinct – lost to the world forever. The number of bird species in danger of extinction today is increasing as the world’s human population expands, we use more natural resources, pollution continues to degrade the environment, and we put other priorities ahead of environmental and wildlife conservation.
But it’s not too late… and you can help.
To help save threatened bird species, BRI focuses on reintroduction projects to stabilize populations in their natural habitats, and preventing loss of species from the captive breeding gene pool. BRI has been a leader in developing new approaches for the viable reintroduction of captive bred birds specially prepared via Guided Behavioral Development to be released into natural habitats. BRI also works to educate about, and support, rare captive bird breeding programs.