Parks and Wildlife Foundation of Texas
Supporting the Grassland Restoration Incentive Program to Restore Working Lands Habitat (OK, TX)
Support the Grassland Restoration Incentive Program, a multi-organization effort aimed at achieving grassland bird conservation objectives in focus areas throughout the Oaks and Prairies Ecoregion of Texas and Oklahoma. Project will restore nearly 9,000 acres of private working lands habitat for grassland-obligate species.

Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory
Expanding the Great Plains and Chihuahuan Desert Motus Network to Inform Migratory Bird Conservation (multiple states)
Expand efforts to build a network of automated radio telemetry stations (Motus) throughout the Great Plains and Chihuahuan Desert that will help fill demographic knowledge gaps, characterize stop-over and migratory connectivity, and strategically inform full annual cycle habitat conservation for steeply declining grassland birds. Project will install 10 new Motus stations and deploy bird tags to inform future conservation delivery for grassland birds.

The Learning Center at the Euchee Butterfly Farm
Tribal Alliance for Pollinators: Restoring and Improving Pollinator Habitat (OK)
Work with 10 tribes to restore and improve habitat that benefits monarch butterflies and other pollinators on private working lands and tribal lands in Oklahoma. Project will improve 2,500 acres, restore 250 acres, develop 19 conservation plans, propagate 20,000 milkweed seedlings, collect 10 pounds of milkweed seed, host 8 workshops, and engage 320 people.