Atlantic Coast Joint Venture  
 
 
 

The Atlantic Coast Joint Venture Vision

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Partners working together for the conservation of native bird species in the Atlantic Flyway region of the United States.

The Atlantic Coast Joint Venture is one of fourteen habitat Joint Venture partnerships in the United States. The joint venture brings together public and private agencies, conservation groups, and other partners focused on the conservation of habitat for native birds in the Atlantic Flyway of the United States from Maine south to Puerto Rico.

The Atlantic Coast Joint Venture encompasses the 17 Atlantic Flyway states and Puerto Rico. The habitats range from boreal forest and rocky coastlines to mangrove wetlands and coral reefs. Over 600 native bird species breed, migrate and winter in the Atlantic Coast Joint Venture.

The mission of the Atlantic Coast Joint Venture is to provide a forum for federal, state, regional and local partners to coordinate and improve the effectiveness of bird conservation planning and implementation in the Atlantic Flyway region of the United States.

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