Conservation Work Earns Pittsburgh National ‘Bird Treaty’ Status

JAN 16, 2018 

Pittsburgh Tribune Review


Carnegie Museum of Natural History is leading the way on conserving Western Pennsylvania's bird population, bringing Pittsburgh national recognition.

The museum has brought together seven environmental organizations for a synergistic bird-conservation program, the Allegheny Bird Conservation Alliance (ABCA). Participating groups are the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Allegheny Land Trust, National Aviary, Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania, Humane Animal Rescue Wildlife Center, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy and American Bird Conservancy.

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services has recognized the collaborative effort by designating Pittsburgh an Urban Bird Treaty City , according to a museum release... read the full article