The PPJV staff, Technical Committee, and partners produce resources to guide conservation in the region, including plans, reports, factsheets, maps, and data.


2017 Implementation Plan

The 2017 PPJV Implementation Plan builds upon the solid foundation developed by past strategic plans. The 2017 Plan primarily differs from past plans by selecting new priority species, including four upland game bird species; incorporating new diving duck models and updated dabbling duck models; emphasizing grassland bird conservation; establishing hunter retention and recruitment goals; and including State Tactical Plans developed by each partner state.

The PPJV Strategic Communications Plan 2022-24 is an update and continuation of the 2013 Communications Plan. This document builds on the extensive foundation developed through the initial needs assessment and audience assessment for the 2013 Plan.

The Waterbird Conservation for the Americas partnership addresses the conservation and management of species of waterbirds, including seabirds, coastal waterbirds, wading birds, and marshbirds. The North American Waterbird Conservation Plan is a product of the WCA partnership.

This Partners in Flight plan revision is a guide to landbird conservation in the U.S. and Canada over the next 10 years. 

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. 

The 2018 NAWMP continues a legacy of innovation and collaboration that is grounded in 32 years of successful waterfowl and wetlands conservation across the continent.

Concerns over shorebirds led to the creation of the U.S. Shorebird Conservation Plan in 2000. The U.S. PPR provides critical migration stopover habitat for millions of Arctic-breeding shorebirds and is crucial for sustaining populations of grassland-breeding shorebirds, such as the marbled godwit.