Recognition for Our Bird Conservation Efforts: Partners in Flight Award

Tiempo de lectura | Reading time: 2 minutos

By Antonieta Valenzuela and Charlotte Vizzuett

Partners in Flight Awards recognize individuals or groups that contribute significantly to the conservation of migratory and resident birds, as well as the restoration of endangered habitats in the American continent.

This year we received the Group Partners in Flight Stewardship award in recognition of the management, conservation and restoration of land bird habitats, as well as our community engagement approach and the design of the San Quintin Bay Bird Festival. It’s worth mentioning that we were nominated by Jennie Duberstein from Sonoran Joint Venture.

Festival de las Aves San Quintín
San Quintin Bay Bird Festival. Photo by Estefany Maya.

The awards took place online during the North American Ornithology Congress on August 14, 2020, and also received recognitions: Sarahy Contreras (Mexico), Andrew Couturier (Canada), Marvin Torres Gutiérrez (Nicaragua), Yolanda León (Dominican Republic), David Mehlman (USA) and Set Net Communications (Nicaragua).

Sarahy Contreras (Mexico), Andrew Couturier (Canada), Marvin Torres Gutierrez (Nicaragua), Yolanda Leon (República Dominicana), David Mehlman (US) and Set Net Communications (Nicaragua) also received this award.

About Partners in Flight

Partners in Flight Awards

Partners in Flight is a network of more than 150 organizations distributed throughout the Western Hemisphere working on different aspects of bird conservation, from science, research, planning and policy development, to habitat management, monitoring, education and awareness.