The Bird Migration Authority (BMA) is a project of Frontex and the European Union that aims to monitor and mitigate the ongoing migration of non-native bird populations between EU member states and neighbouring countries. In collaboration with Frontex and using state of the art surveillance and tracking technologies, the BMA not only monitors migrating bird flocks across North Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, but also uses predictive algorithms to assist in the apprehension and reduction of foreign species. Tracking and managing the bird populations across the EU member states will serve to better protect the European Economy, Ecology, and Society from the threats posed by unregulated migrating bird flocks. Please take the time to explore our various programmes and learn more about the history and ongoing operations of the BMA and its affiliate agencies.