Monitoring & Research Networks

Additional bird research and monitoring networks around the world.


A joint effort of individuals, organizations, and government agencies in the Northwest to collect, archive, and make available the data and results of monitoring efforts from stations in their region.

A network of independent bird migration monitoring and research stations operated by volunteers and/or paid staff.

A network of mist-netting stations operated during the non-breeding season in Mexico and Central America to identify and understand landbirds' habitat needs during the winter.

Monitoring avian productivity and survivorship throughout North America at over 500 banding stations.

The Motus Wildlife Tracking System is a collaborative research network that uses coordinated automated radio telemetry arrays to study movements of small animals. Motus is a program of Bird Studies Canada in partnership with Acadia University and collaborating researchers and organizations.