Conservation

Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

It's easier than you think to make a difference.
Leading scientists around the world agree that man-made greenhouse gases from fossil fuels are causing global climate change. Effects are already being seen worldwide and long-term consequences are devastating, pointing to a darker future each day we fail to act. But if each of us takes action - in our homes, in our communities, and in our nation - there is still time to reduce pollution and help safeguard our environment for birds and wildlife for generations to come. 

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Shaping a Healthy Climate
Conservation

Shaping a Healthy Climate

Climate change threatens the birds and wildlife we see every day.

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Managing Lands the Smart Way
Conservation

Managing Lands the Smart Way

Managing our lands to benefit both people and wildlife is sometimes challenging, but not impossible.

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Saving Important Bird Areas
Birds

Saving Important Bird Areas

The Important Bird Areas (IBA) program is an international bird conservation program designed to identify, monitor, and conserve areas that are the most important to birds. In Missouri, the IBA process began in November 2002 and 47 IBAs were identified in 2004.

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