photo: Brad Winn


Results Chains

The implementation section of the business plan addresses the most serious human induced threats affecting species and their habitats along the Atlantic Flyway. For each strategy, one or more actions are outlined with corresponding SMART objectives. Together, the implementation of the strategies, actions and objectives will lead to achieving the goal of increasing shorebird populations by 10-15% over the next decade. Activities were further prioritized into Tier I, II and III–only Tier 1 and II actions are presented in the implementation plan.

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Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network Site Map

» View the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network Site Map


» Sustainable Mortality Limits for Migratory Shorebird Populations within the East Asian-Australian Flyway, Courtney Turin and Bryan D. Watts

» Assessing Hunting Policies For Migratory Shorebirds Throughout The Western Hemisphere, Bryan D. Watts and Courtney Turin

Best Management Practices

» Guidance and Best Practices for Evaluating and Managing Human Disturbances to Migrating Shorebirds on Coastal Lands in the Northeastern United States

» Guidance and Best Practices for Coordinated Predation Management to Benefit Temperate Breeding Shorebirds in the Atlantic Flyway

Key Meeting Notes

» Executive Committee Meeting, September 2016


» Spring 2019

» Summer 2019

» Additional Summer News 2019

Outreach Materials

» Shorebird Outreach Material Searchable Database

» Submit your Outreach Materials to be included in database.

» Atlantic Coast Piping Plover Strategic Communications Plan: Reducing Human Disturbance