Formed in 2014, the mission of the Midwest Migration Network is to coordinate efforts of monitoring stations, research programs, and stakeholders as part of a sustainable network focused on conservation efforts needed to sustain migration of landbirds through the Midwest.
- Identify, conserve, and manage stopover sites throughout the Midwest.
- Understand migratory movements and conserve airspace as habitat.
- Share information and protocols to address questions at larger scales.
What are the benefits of joining the Midwest Migration Network?
- Team up with other researchers and banding stations to answer big picture questions
- Add value to projects by using systematic protocols
- Share and receive guidance on sample design and other technical issues
- Share and analyze data from a wide network of contributors through a web-based system
- Showcase your work and its significance to bird conservation at large
For more information, visit and join the Midwest Migration Network web forum (http://midwestbirdmonitoring.ning.com/group/mwlandbirdmigration), or contact our coordinator,
Dr. Amber Roth ().