About NABCI Canada
The NABCI vision is that populations and habitats of North America's birds are protected, restored and enhanced through coordinated efforts at international, national, regional and local levels, guided by sound science and effective management. It is designed to increase the effectiveness of existing and new programs, enhance coordination between organizations and foster greater international cooperation. NABCI will encourage conservationists to take an approach similar to the highly successful North American Waterfowl Management Plan. As such, the initiative will promote conservation programs comprised of regional partnerships that pursue biologically based landscape conservation.
Please visit the following link to the NABCI international site for more information on NABCI in North America and to access NABCI's foundation documents.
In Canada, NABCI members include federal, territorial and provincial governments, conservation NGOs, private sector organizations, representatives from Habitat Joint Ventures, and partners from Canada's four major bird initiatives: the North American Waterfowl Management Plan, Partners in Flight - Canada, the Canadian Shorebird Conservation Plan and the North American Waterbird Conservation Plan. Through cooperative planning and implementation, the partners will achieve their own goals, while helping make the vision of NABCI a reality. The success of NABCI depends entirely on the active participation, enthusiasm and energy of the individuals, organizations and government agencies that make up the partnership.
To deliver the full spectrum of bird conservation in Canada, through regionally-based, biologically driven, landscape-oriented partnerships.
NABCI Canada fact sheet
Canadian BCR Strategies Available