Joint Ventures In Action

Birds & Habitats

Northern Bobwhite by Tom Grey

Keep Common Species Common

Joint Venture partners work to keep common species common and address the needs of species of conservation concern due to small distributions, high threats, or declining populations.


Boreal Wetland

Local, Regional, and National

Partnerships are the backbone to the Joint Ventures. JVs cultivate and support partnerships that protect and restore habitat for the benefit of birds, other wildlife, and people.



Strategic Habitat Conservation

Joint Ventures consider the biological and ecological aspects of birds and habitat, as well as the social science that is the foundation for the human dimensions of conservation.

Get Involved!


Get Involved with a Joint Venture

There are many ways to get involved with the Migratory Bird Joint Ventures. Click on the Joint Venture map to learn more about what’s going on in your area.

In the Spotlight!

Migratory Bird Joint Ventures Story Map

Joint Ventures work together to build a healthy world for birds, other wildlife, and people. As we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of this model for international collaboration in 2017, Joint Ventures look ahead to the next thirty years and beyond of building strong, effective partnerships for bird and habitat conservation. View Map »