Guide Enhances Understanding of Farm Bill Conservation Programs

November 6th, 2015|Bird Conservation, Habitat Conservation, Species Recovery|

The 2014 Farm Bill Field Guide to Fish and Wildlife Conservation is a collaborative effort by conservation partners that provides a new tool for those who work with private landowners and agricultural producers in adopting conservation practices included in the 2014 Farm Bill. It provides biologists, range conservationists, foresters, and others with a road map [...]

Actively Managing for Cerulean Warblers

July 28th, 2015|Research|

The Appalachian Region is known for its extensive tracts of mature hardwood forest and high biodiversity, including that of songbirds. The region is a stronghold for the cerulean warbler, containing about 75 percent of the population. But the bird is a species of high conservation concern due in part to an estimated 70 percent population [...]

IWJV Leader receives National Conservation Award

July 21st, 2015|Bird Conservation, Human Dimensions|

The U.S. North American Bird Conservation Initiative (NABCI) and the Intermountain West Joint Venture (IWJV) are delighted to announce that Dave Smith, IWJV’s Coordinator, has been selected as the 2015 recipient of the Gary T. Myers Bird Conservation Award. He was awarded this honor at the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies meeting this [...]

New Farm Bill Guide Now Available

April 30th, 2015|Habitat Conservation, News|

The North American Bird Conservation Initiative released the 2014 Farm Bill Field Guide to Fish and Wildlife Conservation. This field guide is a tool to assist the staff of federal and state fish and wildlife agencies, nongovernmental conservation organizations, joint ventures, and other conservation partners in implementing Farm Bill conservation programs. It is primarily designed [...]

AMJV 2014 Year in Review

April 8th, 2015|Collaboration|

2014 was another successful year for the Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture (AMJV). This partnership of agencies and organizations that focuses on conserving and restoring habitats for priority bird species in the Appalachians continues to evolve and strengthen. The accomplishments and success in 2014 reflect the continued commitment to bird conservation in the region. View the 2014 Year in Review. Some [...]