Vision for Our Work
A critical first step in protecting threatened and endangered bird species is population stabilization.
Finding Solutions to the Habitat Crisis
All too often, endangered bird species are identified and studied, but inadequate actions are implemented to increase existing populations, with the results that species are lost forever.
Stabilizing endangered bird species above critical population thresholds essentially “buys time”, allowing for longer-term protection strategies, such as habitat conservation, to be developed and implemented.
Traditional bird re-introduction efforts do not always succeed because of poor bird survivability. As such, re-introduction is not used as often, or as successfully, as it could be to help stabilize endangered populations.
However, bird re-introduction programs can be a successful tool in stabilizing threatened bird population, provided these efforts incorporate age appropriate behavior based domestic preparation strategies and techniques to increase survivability to breeding age. These strategies encompass breeding, training, and release efforts, and form the basis for BRI work.
BRI could not exist without the generosity of our supporters.
By making a tax deductible donation to support the work being done by BRI, you join a community that is committed to helping save endangered bird species for future generations.
With your gift you are investing in nature’s future and become a partner with BRI as we work to save endangered birds through reintroduction programs, research, education, and habitat conservation efforts.