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America's Bird Habitats

The State of the Birds report uses birds as indicators of habitat health by examining population trends of obligate species for a single habitat (all the bird species dependent primarily on that habitat for survival). The report includes bird population indicators for five habitats—grasslands, aridlands, forests, wetlands, and coasts (the last including a sub-indicator for long-distance migrant shorebirds). 

The report also assesses bird populations on oceans and islands. Although broad and deep, long-term populating monitoring doesn’t exist for these two habitats, the report presents regional analyses and discussion of seabird and island bird conservation issues.

See maps and lists of obligate species in each habitat.

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Click on the links below to read the sections of the report pertaining to each habitat.

Grasslands

Aridlands

Forests

Wetlands

Coasts

Oceans

Islands

 

 

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