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The North American Grouse Partnership (NAGP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of grouse species and their habitats across North America. Established in 2000, their mission is to ensure the survival and flourishing of these birds through a variety of approaches.

Here’s a breakdown of NAGP’s focus areas:

  • Science-Based Conservation: They ground their efforts in scientific research to understand grouse populations and habitat needs effectively.
  • Policy Advocacy: NAGP lobbies for sound policies that promote grouse conservation and protect their habitats.
  • Habitat Management: They work collaboratively with landowners and government agencies to implement practices that benefit grouse populations.
  • Partnerships: NAGP fosters partnerships with various stakeholders, including conservation organizations, researchers, and land managers, to achieve broader conservation goals.

If you’re interested in grouse conservation or learning more about North American grouse species, NAGP’s website is a valuable resource. You can find information about grouse biology, ongoing projects, and ways to get involved in their mission.