Corporate Campaign for Migratory Bird Conservation

WHC’s Corporate Campaign for Migratory Bird Conservation aims to enhance migratory bird habitat on corporate lands by fostering public-private partnerships to engage in collaborative habitat work in surrounding landscapes. Several pilot projects already launched involve multiple stakeholders across the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Oxy PWCA Scissortail Flycatcher

Photo courtesy of Occidental Petroleum Corporation.

Imagine a day when natural areas throughout the Western Hemisphere are linked – crisscrossing the land to form wild corridors for our migratory birds and other creatures.

The Wildlife Habitat Council’s (WHC) Corporate Campaign for Migratory Bird Conservation (CCMBC) is a corporate-led initiative designed to preserve and restore habitat on corporate lands, in cooperation with other public and private landowners, along critical migratory bird routes in the Western Hemisphere.

Overall Objectives

• Integrate and increase the impact of corporate conservation efforts.
• Science based migratory bird conservation.
• Expanded partnership opportunities with stakeholders and communities.
• On-the-ground demonstration of how to protect and restore biodiversity.

Within identified corridors, WHC will facilitate conservation and restoration activities on corporate lands in the United States and abroad, engaging and coordinating the involvement of project partners, collaborators and other stakeholder – utilizing existing national and international migratory bird conservation frameworks.

Contact WHC for more information.