2005 Implementation Plan
The current plan involves stepping down the objectives of the four, international “species groups” plans for waterfowl, shorebirds, waterbirds, and landbirds as they apply to the PPJV. Population and habitat trends, coupled with knowledge of how species respond to landscape change, are used to build a biological foundation and set quantifiable goals. Focal species are selected to represent groups of birds of special interest, and associated threats and limiting factors identified.
Conservation actions and treatments are proposed, and models developed that depict where to implement particular conservation actions. After each species group has set spatial and programmatic priorities, an integrated landscape design is developed by overlaying priority habitats for focal species from each bird group. Conservation actions are partitioned into protection, restoration, or enhancement projects for on-the-ground delivery. Monitoring and evaluation is used to measure performance and provide feedback to improve future management performance.
PPJV is now in the process of updating its Implementation Plan. To participate, contact the PPJV Coordinator.
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