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5th International
Partners in Flight Conference and Conservation Workshop


Advancing Bird Conservation Across the Americas
August 25 – August 28, 2013
Snowbird, Utah
Geographic Breakouts
For years, bird conservation groups of every shape and color have been speaking of the need to work together to save birds in every corner of their range. Unfortunately, there has not been a master playbook that identifies priorities and organizes such “full life-cycle conservation” plans.

The 5th Partners in Flight Conference and Conservation Workshop (PIF V) to strides to change that. Representatives of several dozen groups developed a unified vision of bird conservation in the 21st Century, with an emphasis on migratory birds and new, innovative conservation methods. It’s anticipated that this process will produce a breakthrough set of “Conservation Business Plans,” covering no less than seven geographic areas in Latin America and the West Indies. These focal areas include the most important wintering areas for suites of Neotropical migrants of high conservation concern. The wintering areas in the Conservation Business Plans will be linked to areas in North American where specific wintering birds spend the rest of the year.
Haga clic aquí para la versión en español de las sesiones de area focal geografica.
CONSERVATION BUSINESS PLANS BY GEOGRAPHIC BREAKOUT
  1. MEXICO/CENTRAL AMERICA GULF-CARIBBEAN SLOPE - EASTERN DECIDUOUS FORESTS (conservation business plan)
  2. CHIHUAHUAN GRASSLANDS – WESTERN GREAT PLAINS & PRAIRIES (conservation business plan)
  3. CENTRAL-SOUTH AMERICAN HIGHLANDS – APPALACHIAN AND NORTHEASTERN FORESTS, NORTH TO BOREAL GROUNDS (conservation business plan)
  4. WEST MEXICAN THORNSCRUB – ARID SOUTHWEST (conservation business plan)
  5. SOUTHERN CONE GRASSLANDS – EASTERN NORTH AMERICAN GRASSLANDS and ARCTIC TUNDRA (conservation business plan)
  6. CARIBBEAN - EASTERN UPLAND HARDWOOD FOREST REGIONS (conservation business plan; appendix 1)
  7. SIERRA MADRE PINE-OAK AND CLOUD – WESTERN MIXED-CONIFEROUS FORESTS (conservation business plan)
  8. PACIFIC SHOREBIRDS – COASTAL AREAS OF MIDDLE AND SOUTH AMERICA LINKED TO U .S. AND CANADA COASTS AND ARCTIC BREEDING AREAS (conservation business plan)
FOR GEOGRAPHIC BREAKOUT TEAM LEADERS, FACILITATORS, AND STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
  • Click here to download the Conservation Business Plan Orientation PowerPoint with audio
    (view in slideshow mode to hear audio)
  • Click here to download the Conservation Business Plan Orientation PDF without audio
  • Click here to download the Conservation Business Plan Template
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