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There are real and practical activities connected to every aspect of waterbird conservation, from providing input into plans, engaging in monitoring or research projects, joining in site stewardship groups, to participating in educational waterbird efforts. Everyone can partake in some way.

Contact Us

For general inquiries:
Jennifer Wheeler
International Initiative Coordinator
and
U.S. National Waterbird Coordinator
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1-703-358-1931
Jennifer_A_Wheeler@fws.gov

Canada-related inquiries:
Garry Donaldson
Canadian National Waterbird Coordinator
Canadian Wildlife Service
1-819-953-3166
Garry.Donaldson@ec.gc.ca

Reach out to any member of the Waterbird Conservation Council.

Join Our Listservs

The WaterbirdsNetwork listserv (automated electronic mailing list) is a means of communicating with others interested in Waterbird Conservation for the Americas. To subscribe, send a blank email to waterbirdsnetwork-request@lists.fws.gov with the word "subscribe" in the subject line.

Subscribe to the ALL-BIRD BULLETIN

The All-Bird Bulletin provides news and information about with the various bird conservation programs and initiatives associated with the North American Bird Conservation Initiative (NABCI). To subscribe, contact Roxanne Bogart.

For past issues of the All-Bird Bulletin, go to http://www.nabci-us.org/news.html.

Subscribe to MIGRATORY BIRDS & WETLANDS NEWSLINK

Migratory Bird & Wetlands NewsLink is a bi-monthly news service sharing information about migratory birds and wetlands around the world. Submissions are encouraged and any international news is welcome. E-mail subscribership is open, contact Editor Heidi Luquer.

View Migratory Birds and Wetlands Newslink online at http://www.birdsandwetlands.com

Subscribe to INFORMATION EXCHANGE FOR MARINE EDUCATORS

Provided with the support of NOAA's Office of Education and the National Marine Protected Areas Center, this list shares information pertinent to the marine educator community. For subscription information, pdf copies of the current newsletter and combined archives of information from past issues, visit http://mpa.gov/information_tools/education.html#InfoExchange.

Join Regional Networks and Working Groups

Go to our Regional Waterbird Conservation pages.

 

 

 

Last Updated November 30, 2007
U. S. Geological Survey (USGS) is supporting the Waterbird Conservation for the Americas Home Page as part of its contribution to North American Waterbird Conservation Plan (NAWCP). It is being served by the USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. Information provided in this site does not necessarily have the endorsement of the USGS.