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So far, we've donated over
$78,000 to bird conservation
and advocacy groups.

Almost $25,000 to conserve grasslands in upstate New York for the likes of Short-eared Owls and other threatened birds.

Over $12,500 to create early-successional habitat for Golden-winged Warblers and the formerly-endangered Kirtland's Warbler in the Great Lakes region. 

Almost $13,000 to support conservation in the American South and bring the economic and environmental benefits of bird-based ecotourism to the Black Belt Region.

Over $6,300 to support diversity and inclusion in the birding world.

Almost $4,000 to support the restoration of California Condors to the Yurok Tribe's ancestral territory in the Pacific Northwest.

Over $6,000 to monitor and safeguard the long-term health of raptors worldwide.

Over $1,600 to support the study of finches and their habitats globally.

Over $1,300 to make New York City and other urban areas safer for nesting and migrating birds.

$1,500 to help protect and create wetlands for migratory birds in the Mississippi Delta region.

56 pairs of new binoculars purchased for groups in need, with the majority going to youth in underserved communities.

So far, we've donated over
$74,000 to bird conservation
and advocacy groups.

Almost $25,000 to conserve grasslands in upstate New York for the likes of Short-eared Owls and other threatened birds.

Over $12,000 to create early-successional habitat for Golden-winged Warblers and the formerly-endangered Kirtland's Warbler in the Great Lakes Region. 

Over $12,000 to support conservation in the American South and bring the economic and environmental benefits of bird-based ecotourism to the Black Belt Region.

Over $6,300 to support diversity and inclusion in the birding world.

Almost $4,000 to support the restoration of California Condors to the Yurok Tribe's ancestral territory in the Pacific Northwest.

Over $3,200 to monitor and safeguard the long-term health of raptors worldwide.

Over $1,600 to support the study of finches and their habitats globally.

Over $1,300 to make New York City and other urban areas safer for nesting and migrating birds.

56 pairs of new binoculars purchased for groups in need, with the majority going to youth in underserved communities.

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