The goal of the California State Conservation Partnership is to conserve habitat for priority and common bird species in regionally important landscapes. We are a public–private sector partnership comprised of representatives from federal, state, and local agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and landowners and conservationists in the private sector. The partnership serves as a forum to exchange technical information, connect with local partners, and coordinate efforts to conserve wildlife habitat and bird populations in the Intermountain Region of California.
Northern Wetlands Reserve Program Team Leader
Rangeland Watershed Initiative Partner Biologist
Point Blue Conservation Science / USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
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