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Effective and efficient ecological management involves determining which species and habitats are of greatest conservation need. View the APIF Bird Conservation Plan [PDF, 2.5mb]

The APIF Bird Conservation Plan:

  • Identifies priority species and habitats
  • Establishes management objectives for bird populations and habitats in Arizona
  • Currently addresses 43 priority species in 13 major habitats of the more than 280 breeding bird species in Arizona
  • Associates species that will benefit from management actions listed with each priority species
  • Recommends conservation actions
  • Identifies partnerships to accomplish the objectives
  • Identifies biological objectives in each habitat to provide a target for ecological planning and implementation, as well as a benchmark for measuring success
  • Identifies habitat strategies to support the population objectives and describe the condition, amount and location of the habitat where management is needed
  • Lists research and monitoring needs that directly relate to the management needs
 
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