Wildlife Conservation Society and Partners to Increase Habitat for Sprague's Pipit in Montana, North Dakota, and Southern Saskatchewan
The Wildlife Conservation Society, in partnership with the American Prairie Reserve, World Wildlife Fund-US, Nature Conservancy Canada, and The Nature Conservancy, has been awarded funding by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to maintain and restore critical habitat for the Sprague's pipit in northern Montana, North Dakota, and southern Saskatchewan. The funding comes as part of a new 2012 Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation grants program initiative that focuses a portion of available funds on particularly threatened neotropical migratory birds.
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