BAM’s research projects contribute to the conservation and management of boreal birds in two ways: 1) by providing the best available information and 2) by advancing the theoretical foundations underpinning conservation and management within the boreal region. Explore our research projects below.
by providing the best available information and advancing the theoretical foundations underpinning conservation and management. Explore our projects and categories below.
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Population Status and Trends
Species at Risk
Conservation Planning and Management
Habitat Selection, Availability and Needs
Boreal Landbird Monitoring
See our archive of annual reports to get a snapshot of how BAM has been growing, improving research, and strengthening collaboration of avian data in North America.
Since 2004, BAM has focused on producing data products and research to support the conservation of boreal birds. BAM’s work to develop a large database and the methods to support data integration is at the foundation of our success. Through collaboration, BAM has produced data-driven and rigourous science to guide management efforts and policy-making to ensure that boreal bird populations are conserved into the future.