Bird Areas for
Neotropical Migrants of Conservation Concern - Landbirds Blank
Loggerhead Shrike, by Dave Menke/USFWS
the U.S., one or more of the target migratory landbird species
of conservation concern have been reported at 965 identified or recognized Important Bird
Areas throughout 41 states, based on analyses of available
data in the Important Bird Areas database (See target landbird species).
Two-hundred-two of these Important Bird Areas were categorized
as high priority sites for the conservation of these Neotropical
migrant landbirds, based on comparisons using the Global and
Continental IBA Criteria framework.
Some of these have already been prioritized as Global for
these or other species. Additional IBAs are still in the process
of being identified, and data are still being compiled.
continued list of Important Bird Areas for focal species below.
List represents Important Bird Areas for focal species, as
of September 2008. Current information is available through