BAM results are applied to conservation initiatives related to monitoring design, threats assessment, priority areas assessment, species at risk planning, and more. Collaborations with research partners, conservation practitioners and decision-makers are one of the main ways in which BAM’s work can inform boreal bird conservation. We encourage our partners and other organizations to make use of our research & resources. We also support partners in their application of BAM methods & data products.  


To learn more about ways in which our research is being applied to the conservation and management of boreal birds, explore the applications of BAM's work below:

BAM is a collaborative project and we welcome collaborations with organizations or individuals doing work that aligns with our mission. To learn more about our vision and mission for the conservation of boreal birds explore our About Us page.