Florida Grasshopper Sparrow Fund
The Florida Grasshopper Sparrow is North America’s most imperiled bird, with fewer than 40 nesting pairs remaining in the wild. A nonmigratory ground-nesting species, it’s been beset by fragmentation and loss of grassland habitat, lack of sufficiently frequent fire, predation, and flooding. Our Foundation is working with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service, White Oak Conservation, the American Bird Conservancy, and others to prevent the sparrow’s extinction. Learn more here. Thanks to contributions from people like you, the sparrow has an excellent chance for recovery.