Breeding Grounds Management and Conservation Committee

This committee’s goal is to help direct conservation actions intended to sustain Golden-winged Warbler (Vermivora chrysoptera) populations across the breeding range—in concert with other bird conservation priorities and initiatives. The committee will develop outreach materials to target land managers and the general public. Because of unique management needs in each of the regions occupied by Golden-winged Warblers, management priorities will be identified at both continental and regional scales.

Modeling to Identify High Priority Conservation Hot Spots: Habitat-specific models, to be validated through on-the-ground research, will help target regions and areas where conservation action is most likely to result in effective Golden-wing conservation

Conservation Outreach: Outreach materials including fact sheets, conservation posters, habitat management brochures, habitat prescriptions, and a state-of-the-art website will help to place effective support tools in the hands of appropriate target audiences. Outreach material can be found on our resources page.

Contact: Amber Roth, amroth@mtu.edu

To join the Breeding Grounds Management & Conservation Committee:
From the email address where you want to receive listserve messages send a message to 'LISTSERV@LISTSERV.UARK.EDU' and placing the following command in the message body (not the subject line) 'SUBSCRIBE GWWCON-L Your Name'