Conservation biology

Virginia Commonwealth University — The College of William & Mary Center for Conservation Biology focuses on avian conservation and management and is the premier avian research unit in the mid-Atlantic region. Its research efforts extend throughout the western hemisphere.

The CCB manages more than 200 historic databases on birds of conservation concern and houses one of the most extensive collections of specialized field equipment in the region for investigating ecological relationships among birds.

It also serves as a principal adviser to governmental and non-governmental agencies responsible for the management and recovery of avian species at risk and maintains a relationship with most agencies and organizations involved with avian species and land management within the mid-Atlantic region.

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