Our mission is to conserve the unique birds and habitats of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. We bring together partners from both sides of the border to integrate the strategies, goals, and objectives of existing regional, national, and international bird conservation plans into a single, strategic effort that addresses the needs of our area.
Where is the Sonoran Joint Venture?
The SJV includes southern Arizona, southern California, and the Mexican states of Sonora, Sinaloa, Baja California, Baja California Sur, western Chihuahua, western Durango, and northern Nayarit, as well as the Gulf of California and its islands. The boundaries were jointly determined by partners in the U.S. and Mexico.