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About Us

We are nature lovers everywhere. We have no specific organization or leader - we hope everyone who makes the commitment will be a leader in their own way and will ask everyone in their organization to join them. Two Thirds for the Birds is an idea, a community, and a limitless possibility. We, and the birds, are counting on you and your love of nature to make it fly. Far and Wide.

Advisors

"12th & Buttonwood" by joãokẽdal

With thanks to all of you for being especially helpful

Advisors

John Fitzpatrick
Executive Director, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Elijah Goodwin
Ecological Database Coordinator, Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture

Carl Safina
The Safina Center

Doug Tallamy
Entomologist, University of Delaware

Edwina von Gal
President, Perfect Earth Project

Evan Abramson
Principal, Landscape Interactions



Artists and Designers

Topos Graphics, Branding and website design

James La Marre, Website development

Billy Sullivan, Bird Wallpaper (THE LIST)


Contributors

Timothy Erdmann

Grace McNeill

Allies

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology


Native Plants Trust


The Garden Conservancy


Homegrown National Park



The safina Project


Non Toxic Neighborhoods


Perfect Earth Project


The Conway School


Quogue Wildlife Refuge
organiclandcare.net
aspetucklandtrust.org
pollinator-pathway.org


Sign up for THE LIST

You are making a commitment to an easy action with visible positive environmental impact: planting two native plants for every three and swearing off pesticides.

You are joining a community of others who are helping each other to explore ever more effective, and fun, paths to success.

Check out THE LIST and see who else is Two Thirding.

There are no fees or regulations, you (and the birds) will know if you are doing it.

Your contact info will not be shared or sold.

We do not ask for donations or promote products.

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