Databases

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies manages several databases in coordination with partners in the bird conservation community. Click below to access them.

Rocky Mountain Avian Data Center
The Rocky Mountain Avian Data Center serves as the portal for avian information collected by Bird Conservancy of the Rockies and our collaborators in the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains and Intermountain West. The Rocky Mountain Avian Data Center also acts as a regional node of the Avian Knowledge Network (AKN). The data center is a source for current data, results, methods and materials produced and/or collected by Bird Conservancy of the Rockies and our collaborators. This information is available to the public, researchers, land managers and our partners.

Partners In Flight Databases
These databases were developed from the voluntary collaboration of more than one hundred ornithological experts to provide a standardized and transparent system that allows the comparison of conservation status and population estimates at multiple geographic scales for North American landbirds.

Additional data can be accessed from our partners via the Avian Knowledge Network (AKN), a partnership of people, institutions and government agencies supporting the conservation of birds and their habitats based on data, the adaptive management paradigm, and the best available science. AKN partners act to improve awareness, purpose, access to, and use of data and tools at scales ranging from individual locations to administrative regions (e.g., management areas, states, countries) and species ranges.

For more information:
Chris White
Director of Science Operations
(970) 482-1707 x24
chris.white@birdconservancy.org