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Elf owlAs part of the commitment to implementing recommendations of the Bird Conservation Plan, the Arizona Bird Conservation Initiative (ABCI) annually announces the availability of State Wildlife Grant and Heritage funds for bird conservation work. Projects should address specific priority actions as identified in the Bird Conservation Plan. The plan identifies priority species and habitats, and establishes objectives for bird populations and habitats in Arizona.

Apply for an ABCI Grant
(ABCI Grants Program has been suspended)

The Arizona Bird Conservation Initiative (ABCI) and The Arizona Game and Fish Department are pleased to announce the availability of State funds for bird conservation work, and hereby requests grant proposals. Proposals should address specific priority actions as identified in the Arizona Partners in Flight Bird Conservation Plan (APIF Plan). The APIF plan identifies priority species and habitats, and establishes objectives for bird populations and habitats in Arizona. Application package (guidelines, instructions, and form), are provided below.

  • ABCI Grants Program Application Coversheet
    [DOC, 356kb]

  • ABCI Grants Program Application Package FY10
    [PDF, 793kb]

 

Examples of past bird conservation projects

  • Inventory and monitoring of bird species at Important Bird Areas (IBAs)
  • Creation of burrowing owl and hummingbird habitats
  • Study of riparian birds’ reproduction and habitat in southeastern Arizona
  • Several fencing projects to protect priority habitats from grazing ungulates

List of grant recipients

For more information about applying for ABCI grants or participating in the regional committees, contact Edwin Juarez at (623) 236-7516.

 
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