Putting Working Lands to Work For Birds and People

Monitoring and preserving Washington's sagebrush shrubsteppe ecosystem

Photo: Kathy Criddle

Through policy, education, and community science, Audubon is working to protect and conserve the valuable sagebrush shrub-steppe and grassland resources of beautiful Eastern Washington. By developing partnerships, training opportunities, and input to management plans, Putting Working Lands to Work for Birds and People is providing agencies and landowners with the knowledge and tools they need to make bird friendly habitat management decisions that support struggling populations of priority bird species. 

Conserving the Sagebrush Sea
Working Lands

Conserving the Sagebrush Sea

Working to protect the beauty that is Eastern Washington.

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Songbird Survey in Eastern Washington
Working Lands

Songbird Survey in Eastern Washington

Monitoring the birds of the sagebrush sea.

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Shared Values in the Sagebrush
Working Lands

Shared Values in the Sagebrush

Working locally to find common values and develop consensus actions.

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Hanford Reach National Monument
Advocacy

Hanford Reach National Monument

Advocating for additional lands to support sagebrush birds and other wildlife.

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Tribal Grasslands
Working Lands

Tribal Grasslands

Citizen scientists and tribes protect grasslands for Bobolinks.

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Priority Birds of Eastern Washington

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