Birdscapes: News from International Habitat Conservation Partnerships was a full-color magazine published in cooperation with the Canadian Wildlife Service three times each year:Spring/Summer, Fall, and Winter.

Due to budget constraints, we are no longer publishing Birdscapes magazine or accepting subscription requests.

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From the Editors

A Message from the Magazine's Publishing Offices in Canada, Mexico, and the United States

Project Profiles - United States

Integrating the Conservation of Birds, Fish, and a People's Culture
Cedar Rapids Area Project Spurred by Rapid Urban Sprawl
Piecing Together a Landscape Quilt

Project Profiles - Canada

The Jewel of Stephenville Crossing
A Year in the Life of a Long Point Wetland
Conserving Wetlands at Frontenac's Correctional Institution
Landowner-Inspired Conservation in Alberta
Clear Lake Complex: A Southern Alberta Multi-Use Project

Project Profiles - Mexico

From Tragedy to Triumph at La Presa De Silva
Kicking-Off Conservation of Sinaloa's Coastal Habitats


It Takes Cinergy to Help Recover the Least Tern
Three Honored with Plan Awards
Provincial Partners Merge Efforts
Historic Agreement Signed with Manitoba Farmer


Managing Grasslands for Breeding Bird Diversity
50 Ducks Make Spring Migration with Carry-On Baggage

Wetlands Endangered Species

White Sturgeon Recovery: An International Effort

How To

Creating an Island in the Desert
Frencing out Predators
A Pixel is Worth a Thousand Ducks
Harvesting Hay Benefits Birds
Flushing Bar Program Does Wonders in Southern Alberta
Protecting More for Less


The Night Shift
Get Ready for Wetlands Celebrations in 2001
Tiny Sandpiper Unites Distant Refuges
Facilitating Migratory Bird Conservation in Local Communities
Wetkit: New Tool for Working with Wetlands in Canada

The Bookshop

Biogeographical Profiles of Shorebird Migration
Waterfowl of Illinois
Management Guides Available on Internet
Biodiversity Conservation in Canada
Saving Great Lakes Wetlands