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5th International Partners in Flight Conservation Workshop, Snowbird, Utah, August 25 – 28


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5th International Partners in Flight Conservation Workshop, Snowbird, Utah, August 25 – 28

 

You do not want to miss taking part in the cutting-edge bird conservation planning that will take place during the 5th International PIF Conference and Conservation Workshop, A
dvancing Bird Conservation Across the Americas,
to be held 25-28 August 2013, at Cliff Lodge in Snowbird, UT.

 

Plenary sessions run the gamut from provocative:
 Can Conservation Save Birds?  
- to international: 
The Challenges and Success of Migratory Bird Conservation in the Wintering Grounds, from the Latin American Perspective
- to fresh approaches:
The Partners in Flight Full Life-Cycle Approach: New Directions for Bird Conservation
.  
Click here
to see the full line-up of plenary sessions for this exciting event! 

 

Planning to attend? Don't forget to make your lodging reservation by this
Friday, August 2nd
to receive the discounted group rate!
Click here
for information on pricing and to make your reservation today! 

 

The clear goal of PIFV is to produce Conservation Business Plans that we can take to funding entities for each of these geographic regions. These regions were identified as critical geographies for high priority migrants during the non-breeding season, and then linked back north to the breeding ranges, BCRs and JVs for those species.

 

Gulf-Caribbean Slope of Mexico and Central America

Chihuahuan Desert Grasslands

Central and South American Highlands

West Mexican Thornforest

Southern Cone Grasslands

West Indies

Mesoamerican Pine-Oak and Cloud Forests

Pacific Shorebirds

 

And the following Special Sessions topics:

 

International Agreements and Bird Conservation in the 21st Century: Assessing the effectiveness and exploring opportunities

Conservation Measures to Address Anthropogenic Causes of Bird Mortality

Bird Conservation on Private Lands and Community-based Conservation Initiatives

A Western Hemisphere Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for all Birds

A Full Life-Cycle of Monitoring: Objectives, Data Collection, and Supporting Conservation Decision-Making

Full Life Cycle Population Modeling for Migratory Birds Partners in Flight Newsletter – July 2013 p.2

 

Migration Stopover and Bottlenecks for Long-distance Migrants within the Western Hemisphere

A New Canada Warbler Conservation Partnership: Ambassadors for the Boreal Forest

Understanding & Overcoming the Social Challenges of Bird Conservation

 

V
isit the web site
at
www.pifv.org

 

 

 

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