2005 Implementation Plan

2005 Implementation Plan

The 2005 plan involved 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, were used to build a biological foundation and set quantifiable goals. Focal species were selected to represent groups of birds of special interest, and associated threats and limiting factors identified.

Conservation actions and treatments were proposed, and models developed that depict where to implement particular conservation actions. After each species working group set spatial and programmatic priorities, an integrated landscape design was developed by overlaying priority habitats for focal species from each bird group. Conservation actions were partitioned into protection, restoration, or enhancement projects for on-the-ground delivery. Monitoring and evaluation techniques were established to measure performance and provide feedback to improve future management performance.

PPJV recently updated its Implementation Plan and it will be published on line soon.

Download the Executive Summary of the 2005 Implementation Plan here:
Executive Summary

Or, view all of its contents:

Section 1: Upfront Matter

Introduction

Integrated Bird Conservation

Appendix A: PPJV Organization, Roles and Responsibilities

Roles and Responsibilities of PPJV Board Members

Appendix D: Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations

Section 2: Waterfowl Plan

Population and Habitat Goals

Monitoring Landscape Change

Section 3: Shorebird Plan

Section 4: Waterbird Plan

Section 5: Landbird Plan