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The Pacific Coast Joint Venture in Alaska
works with partners to implement
bird habitat conservation projects state-wide.
News for Alaska Partners, May 2013
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Last Updated: May 1st, 2013
North American Breeding Bird Survey seeks volunteers to adopt survey routes
The BBS is the longest running broad scale avian monitoring program in North America. Visit the website to find available routes and learn about the methodology training program.
Managing for the Future in a Rapidly Changing Arctic
On April 4 an interagency working group chaired by Interior Deputy Secretary David Hayes released a report that calls for an integrated management strategy for the rapidly changing Arctic. The report highlights the need for a coordinated approach that uses the best available science to integrate cultural, environmental and economic factors in decision-making about development and conservation.
Webinar: Impacts of Climate Change and Melting Glaciers on Coastal Ecosystems in the Nearshore Waters of the Gulf of Alaska. May 30, 10:30 ADT
Instructions for joining the webinar will be posted prior to the webinar.
National Fish Habitat Partnership “2013 Waters to Watch" list unveiled; includes Big Lake in Alaska’s Mat-su Borough
Alaska PCJV Coordinator
(907) 745-8280 office
(907) 745-8289 fax
P.O. Bo 1814
Palmer, AK 99645-1814
Next Alaska partner meeting:
Contact Lynn for more info