2011 Marshbird Conservation Workshop

Members of the secretive marshbird conservation community convened in Spanish Fort, Alabama December 13-15, 2011, to identify the most significant conservation and monitoring needs for marshbirds.  Below are the workshop report and supporting documents, as well as the presentations delivered during the workshop:

 

Cover Letter


2011 Marshbird Workshop Report

 

Workshop Breakout Group Workbook

 

July 2011 White Paper

 

Presentations:

Presentation of results of statewide multi-scale sampling design pilots (Mark Seamans, USFWS)

Northeast States Saltmarsh Habitat and Avian Research Program (Greg Shriver, University of Delaware)

Objectives for Marshbird Monitoring in Prairie Canada (Kiel Drake, Bird Studies Canada)

Missouri’s Plans Following Its Marsh Bird Wetland Review (Doreen Mengel, Missouri Department of Conservation)

Monitoring to Inform Both Harvest and Habitat Management Decisions (Mark Seamans, USFWS)

Developing a Continental Framework for Secretive Marshbird Conservation and Monitoring (Jennifer Wheeler, USFWS)

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