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Tell your Representatives to Re-authorize the Act for Songbirds!


Dear Omss,

The future for our migratory songbirds is uncertain. You can help.

More than one third of the 650 species that breed in the United States are in long-term decline, some species, such as the Cerulean Warbler and Olive-sided Flycatcher, by more than 70% since the 1960s.

The Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act (NMBCA) is the only dedicated source of federal funding to help migratory birds throughout the Americas, but this program is currently expired, meaning that Congress can cease all funding. We need your help to ensure that a bill to reauthorize the Act passes in the House.

Every email that each Representative receives will remind them how important this program is and how broad its support is among the public. So please, act now!

Scarlet Tanager by Ralph Wright

Scarlet Tanager by Ralph Wright

Anne Law
Deputy Director of Conservation Advocacy



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