The report focuses on how public lands and the agencies that manage them can assist bird conservation. It includes both federal and state-owned land. This is especially important for those 300 some bird species that have a majority of their distribution on public lands. It identifies several areas where public agencies should improve their holdings and management, particularly grasslands and eastern forests, both of which have far lower rates of public ownership than other habitat types.
You can read the press release, the key findings, or the full report. The latter two links are pdfs.