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Bird Collective was founded in 2019 by Tina Alleva and Angie Co.

Tina and Angie became friends in 2017 while volunteering for the Brooklyn Bird Club’s quarterly newsletter, called the Clapper Rail. Tina, a graphic designer and veteran of the fashion industry, and Angie, an architect and educator, had been living in New York City for years, but they had only recently learned that Brooklyn had a lot more to offer in the way of birdlife than pigeons and house sparrows. In Prospect Park, they discovered one of the best bird hotspots in the Northeast. And in the Brooklyn Bird Club, they found a community of dedicated and passionate urban birders.

Bird Collective was founded in 2019 by Tina Alleva and Angie Co.

Tina and Angie became friends in 2017 while volunteering for the Brooklyn Bird Club’s quarterly newsletter, called the Clapper Rail. Tina, a graphic designer and veteran of the fashion industry, and Angie, an architect and educator, had been living in New York City for years, but they had only recently learned that Brooklyn had a lot more to offer in the way of birdlife than pigeons and house sparrows. In Prospect Park, they discovered one of the best bird hotspots in the Northeast. And in the Brooklyn Bird Club, they found a community of dedicated and passionate urban birders. 

As their love of birds grew, so did their realization of the many threats that they face. Habitat loss, the widespread use of pesticides, and building collisions have all contributed to a steep decline in North American populations. And New York, as an important migratory stop along the Atlantic Flyway, is one of the deadliest American cities for birds.

As their love of birds grew, so did their realization of the many threats that they face. Habitat loss, the widespread use of pesticides, and building collisions have all contributed to a steep decline in North American populations. And New York, as an important migratory stop along the Atlantic Flyway, is one of the deadliest American cities for birds.

And so, Tina and Angie came up with the idea for Bird Collective out of their passion for nature and design, and their appreciation for the resilience of birds in the face of so many challenges. It’s time to do more.

And so, Tina and Angie came up with the idea for Bird Collective out of their passion for nature and design, and their appreciation for the resilience of birds in the face of so many challenges. It’s time to do more.

Bird Collective was founded in 2019 by Tina Alleva and Angie Co.

Tina and Angie became friends in 2017 while volunteering for the Brooklyn Bird Club’s quarterly newsletter, called the Clapper Rail. Tina, a graphic designer and veteran of the fashion industry, and Angie, an architect and educator, had been living in New York City for years, but they had only recently learned that Brooklyn had a lot more to offer in the way of birdlife than pigeons and house sparrows. In Prospect Park, they discovered one of the best bird hotspots in the Northeast. And in the Brooklyn Bird Club, they found a community of dedicated and passionate urban birders.

Bird Collective was founded in 2019 by Tina Alleva and Angie Co.

Tina and Angie became friends in 2017 while volunteering for the Brooklyn Bird Club’s quarterly newsletter, called the Clapper Rail. Tina, a graphic designer and veteran of the fashion industry, and Angie, an architect and educator, had been living in New York City for years, but they had only recently learned that Brooklyn had a lot more to offer in the way of birdlife than pigeons and house sparrows. In Prospect Park, they discovered one of the best bird hotspots in the Northeast. And in the Brooklyn Bird Club, they found a community of dedicated and passionate urban birders. 

As their love of birds grew, so did their realization of the many threats that they face. Habitat loss, the widespread use of pesticides, and building collisions have all contributed to a steep decline in North American populations. And New York, as an important migratory stop along the Atlantic Flyway, is one of the deadliest American cities for birds.

As their love of birds grew, so did their realization of the many threats that they face. Habitat loss, the widespread use of pesticides, and building collisions have all contributed to a steep decline in North American populations. And New York, as an important migratory stop along the Atlantic Flyway, is one of the deadliest American cities for birds.

And so, Tina and Angie came up with the idea for Bird Collective out of their passion for nature and design, and their appreciation for the resilience of birds in the face of so many challenges. It’s time to do more.

And so, Tina and Angie came up with the idea for Bird Collective out of their passion for nature and design, and their appreciation for the resilience of birds in the face of so many challenges. It’s time to do more.

Bird Collective was founded in 2019 by Tina Alleva and Angie Co.

Tina and Angie became friends in 2017 while volunteering for the Brooklyn Bird Club’s quarterly newsletter, called the Clapper Rail. Tina, a graphic designer and veteran of the fashion industry, and Angie, an architect and educator, had been living in New York City for years, but they had only recently learned that Brooklyn had a lot more to offer in the way of birdlife than pigeons and house sparrows. In Prospect Park, they discovered one of the best bird hotspots in the Northeast. And in the Brooklyn Bird Club, they found a community of dedicated and passionate urban birders.

Bird Collective was founded in 2019 by Tina Alleva and Angie Co.

Tina and Angie became friends in 2017 while volunteering for the Brooklyn Bird Club’s quarterly newsletter, called the Clapper Rail. Tina, a graphic designer and veteran of the fashion industry, and Angie, an architect and educator, had been living in New York City for years, but they had only recently learned that Brooklyn had a lot more to offer in the way of birdlife than pigeons and house sparrows. In Prospect Park, they discovered one of the best bird hotspots in the Northeast. And in the Brooklyn Bird Club, they found a community of dedicated and passionate urban birders. 

As their love of birds grew, so did their realization of the many threats that they face. Habitat loss, the widespread use of pesticides, and building collisions have all contributed to a steep decline in North American populations. And New York, as an important migratory stop along the Atlantic Flyway, is one of the deadliest American cities for birds.

As their love of birds grew, so did their realization of the many threats that they face. Habitat loss, the widespread use of pesticides, and building collisions have all contributed to a steep decline in North American populations. And New York, as an important migratory stop along the Atlantic Flyway, is one of the deadliest American cities for birds.

And so, Tina and Angie came up with the idea for Bird Collective out of their passion for nature and design, and their appreciation for the resilience of birds in the face of so many challenges. It’s time to do more.

And so, Tina and Angie came up with the idea for Bird Collective out of their passion for nature and design, and their appreciation for the resilience of birds in the face of so many challenges. It’s time to do more.