Project Description We will implement a breeding bird survey combining transect and point count protocols used by the Arizona Important Bird Areas Project with a nest watch program. We will also share survey and nest watch data with conservation partners in Arizona and northwest Mexico via digital media, printed materials, Skype conferencing, and presentations at appropriate
Our primary objective is to promote western Yellow-billed Cuckoo standardized surveys in Mexico by providing a training workshop free to Mexican biologists.
Project Description The Prescott College Kino Bay Center for Cultural and Ecological Studies proposes to build upon its Waterbird Monitoring Program (WMP) in the Midriff Island region of the Gulf of California. With its permanent presence, partnerships, and proven record of successful waterbird monitoring, the WMP contributes to habitat protection efforts integrating monitoring, research and
Project Description We will develop and implement a standardized monitoring protocol through a network of regional partners and in coordination with partners in the United States. Our goal is to measure population trends and spatial distribution of waterbirds in relation to changes in habitat, disturbance, climate change, and other limiting factors. Learn More Eduardo Palacios
Belding’s Yellowthroat (Geothlypis beldingi) is an endemic species from the Baja California Peninsula. It’s considered endangered (Mexico and IUCN) and inhabits peninsular oases.
University students from three cities in Sonora, Mexico, recently got hooked on birding, wildlife, and habitat restoration, thanks to funding support from the Sonoran Joint Venture. It all started with a mid-winter camping trip to the Whitewater Draw State Wildlife Area in southeast Arizona.
In 2005 various partners, under the umbrella of the Arizona Bird Conservation Initiative, began seriously discussing the need for a Coordinated Bird Monitoring Program in the state.
River Partners has been working for over 15 years throughout California to restore over 8,000 acres of riparian habitat for the benefit of wildlife and people.
The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program (JDS) is a dynamic arts and science curriculum that teaches wetlands and waterfowl conservation to students in kindergarten through high school.