A new study demonstrates an improved approach to ensure protected areas enhance and conserve biodiversity. The results of the study were used to inform expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. A team of researchers from the Klamath Bird Observatory, Point Blue Conservation Science, and other partner organizations used big data and fine-scaled modeling to 1) […]Read more »
Since 1991, the Western Working Group (WWG) of Partners in Flight has organized cohesive bird conservation at flyway scales across the west. Like all regional working groups, the PIF WWG exists to 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.
To that end, WWG works to foster communication, coordination, and cooperation among individuals interested in conserving birds.
In the WWG we also say, if you come to the table, then you belong.
Visit our independent website: wwgpif.org
The WWG of PIF is made up of the 11 states throughout the west (Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming) and meets twice a year and bring together Federal, State, and NGO partners from three countries. All WWG meetings are open to anyone interested in bird conservation and we eagerly seek your contribution.
Most of activities and resources are published on our main website. Check there for recent updates.
The agenda is out! See that plus other meeting info, now, on the Meeting page!
Next Meeting: April 11-13 | Spring 2017 | Santa Fe, NM
We can help you understand bird conservation laws and how to use conservation tools more effectively. Check out our materials from previous trainings!