This study aims to describe attitudes and measure the level of knowledge of the people living around Lake Panggang to conserving birds that can be consumed. The variables of this research include variables of habits, attitudes, knowledge and level of public education in the form of elaborating research variables into sub variables and empirical indicators. The conclusion of this study is that knowledge and attitudes are not related to the level of community education in Pandamaan and Palukahan villages in the preservation of birds that can be consumed in Danau Panggang District. The people in Pandamaan and Palukahan villages have similarities in their habit patterns, namely they do not conserve birds that can be consumed. When viewed statistically, the habit patterns of the people of Pandamaan and Palukahan Villages are not significantly different in conserving birds that can be consumed.