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International Migratory Bird Day

International Migratory Bird Day highlights the importance of international efforts to conserve birds through agreements, laws, treaties, and collaborations. This year also marks the Centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty, a landmark agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico to protect our shared migratory birds.

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Audubon Rockies believes in birds. That is why we celebrate  International Migratory Bird Day every year by helping a Wyoming community organize an event centered around citizens and students.  If you would like to have Audubon organize in your community, contact Jacelyn Downey or call 307-756-3941, 

Public awareness and concern are crucial components of migratory bird conservation. Citizens who are enthusiastic about birds, informed about threats, and empowered to become involved in addressing those threats, can make a tremendous contribution to maintaining healthy bird populations. By modeling what can be done and involving people, their interest and involvement in stewardship can grow. One of the most successful vehicles for public education on migratory birds is International Migratory Bird Day (IMBD).  Across the Americas Bird Day events are providing great ways for people to get involved.

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