Western Hemisphere Migratory Species Initiative

Partners in Flight Conservation Business Plan (CBP) Workshops.

Date: April 28-May 03, 2016

  • April 28-29, 2016: The Pine-Oak and Cloud Forest Workshop.
  • May 2-3, 2016: The Tropical Dry Forest Workshop.

Place: Hotel Morales, Guadalajara, Mexico.

Participants from Partners in Flight (PIF), Western Hemisphere Migratory Species Initiative (WHMSI), the Organization of American States, the University of Guadalajara, and several Government officials and NGOs completed two Partners in Flight Conservation Business Plan (CBP) Workshop in Guadalajara, Mexico. The two sequential two-day workshops were conducted from April 28 to May 3, 2016 and brought together experts from Latin America and North America to provide Latin American input in the development of two PIF Conservation Business Plans. Each workshop updated the CBPs for two ecological regions: 1) the Sierra Madre Pine Oak and Cloud Forests of Mexico and Central America (April 28 and 29) and, 2) the Tropical Dry Forests and Mangroves (May 2 and 3).

PIF Meeting Business Plans

            

         

Related Documents

Declaration of the Partners in Flight Workshop English Spanish
Mapping Subgroup Report
Pine-Oak and Cloud Forest
English
Invitation Letter English Spanish
WHMSI Proposal for Conservation Business Plan (CBP) Workshops Proposal

The Pine-Oak and Cloud Forest Workshop
The Tropical Dry Forest Workshop
Agenda
Agenda

Western Forest Birds BCP (Draft) English Spanish
Forest Service International Program’s migratory species Program
Tropical Deciduous Forest Conservation Business Plan
West Coasts of Mexico and Central America (Draft)
English Spanish
Overview of results English

Related Links

Saving Our Shared Birds wwww.savingoursharedbirds.org

Presentations

Partners in Flight
Presentation
Birds, Carbon and Water: Managing Bird Habitats in Western Mexico is Everyone´s Business
Presentation
Wintering Ground Workshop
Presentation
Western Forest Model
Presentation
Golden-cheeked Warbler distribution in the Central American Pine-Oak Forest Ecoregion
Presentation
Identificando prioridades para la conservación en la Ecoregión de Bosques de pino-encino de Centroamérica
Presentation
Identifying Strategic Investment Areas
Presentation
Where how to find money for Conservation
Presentation
El Bosque Mesófilo de Montaña en México
Presentation
Biodiversidad y manejo forestal
Presentation
Saving Migratory and Endemic Birds in Western Mexico
Presentation
Key elements for a succesful Proposal
Presentation
Low-Elevation West Coast Forest
Presentation
Direct Threats
Presentation

For further information please contact Richard Huber at rhuber@oas.org