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Western Working Group of PIF (WWG-PIF)

Admin1: John D. Alexander

Group members: 40

Purpose: A forum for communication, information exchange and decision making regarding avifauna in the west.
Description:

Partners in Flight (PIF) was launched in 1990 in response to growing concerns about declines in the populations of many land bird species.  PIF is a cooperative effort involving partnerships among federal, state and local government agencies, philanthropic foundations, professional organizations, conservation groups, industry, the academic community, and private individuals. There are regional working group’s that create strategies for the conservation of birds by developing Bird Conservation Plans that identify problems, synthesize information, and generate solutions to be used by resource professionals and the general public. Regional working groups foster communication, coordination, and cooperation among individuals interested in conserving birds. All Western Working Group  (WWG) meetings  are open to anyone interested in bird conservation and we eagerly seek your contribution.  The WWG of PIF is made up of the 11 states throughout the west and meets twice a year.  Our focus is on western species and habitats and includes Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming.

Fall 2016 Meeting

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