Managers and scientists working together to optimally manage lands for waterbirds

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About the IWMM Program

Sustaining healthy populations of waterbirds that migrate long distances (waterfowl, shorebirds, and wading birds) is a major challenge for land managers. How does a manager know which species to manage for at a specific site? How important is a single site in the big picture? How can many managers coordinate their actions across the landscape so that the birds have the right amount and quality of habitat, at the right time, in the right places? These questions are difficult to answer without understanding how all the pieces fit together.

Managers and scientists are working together in a new project to understand and optimally manage conservation lands along the Atlantic and Mississippi Flyways to support continental populations of waterbirds. They are using adaptive management and modeling in an innovative way that incorporates their management expertise as well as new conservation planning and modeling tools.

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October 2014

Dr. Brian Tavernia, our esteemed IWMM Sci. Coordinator, has taken a new job with The Nature Conservancy in Colorado.  We wish him well!

Dr. Tim Jones, Atlantic Coast Joint Venture Sci. Coordinator,  will be the Acting IWMM Sci. Coordinator for the next 3 months. His contact information is listed on the "CONTACTS" under the IWMM WORKING GROUPS tab above.

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Reports

IWMM_Annual_Report_2013.pdf

IWMM_Progress_Report_2012.pdf

IWMM_waterbird_project_Annual_Report_Nov_2013_final.pdf


Project Newsletters

IWMM Fact Sheet June 2012
IWMM Fall 2010 update October 2010

IWMM Project Introduction June 2009

Forum

Reporting species guilds in migration curve/hydrograph reports? 2 Replies

Is there a way to report on guilds; for example, dabblers, divers, and shorebirds, in the migration curve hydrograph report. I realize that you can select multiple species. However, I would like to…Continue

Started by Sadie O'Dell. Last reply by Sadie O'Dell Jan 29.

Database and Report Feedback 2 Replies

Hello IWMM Participants,In the near future, IWMM will begin developing an online database with the goal of improving our ability to meet the data entry, archival, and reporting needs of our…Continue

Started by Brian Tavernia. Last reply by Brian Tavernia Aug 2, 2013.

Water Level Report 1 Reply

I hope someone can help me. I am trying to run a report that shows our entered water level over the years. I am able to run a report but it lists the Unit ID code (the long numbers format) but I need…Continue

Started by Raeth Justin Morgan. Last reply by Raeth Justin Morgan Mar 21, 2013.

Survey Type for Bird counts 2 Replies

I think we need a "Ground/Flush Count" in the drop down box for "Survey Type" catagory.  I have units that we survey on the ground to determine species compositions but then I count the birds in the…Continue

Started by Matthew S. McAdams. Last reply by Matthew S. McAdams Feb 13, 2013.

Refractometer Brand 2 Replies

Hi all,Is there a specific brand or type of refractometer we should use? If not, what have others been using to measure salinity? I was going to pick one off of Amazon but wanted to double check…Continue

Started by Chelsea DiAntonio. Last reply by Lindsay Coldiron Jan 22, 2013.

Database Comment Field 1 Reply

Brian,It would be nice to have a comment field on the database next time there is an update. Unusual birds such as the male NOPI X MALL seen on this week's survey have no way of being recorded on the…Continue

Started by Kathleen Carlyle. Last reply by Brian Tavernia Dec 3, 2012.

 
 
 

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Protocols & Data Forms

This page provides quick access to the most up-to-date data sheets, protocols, and helpful information.
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Ellie Love Covington is now a member of Integrated Waterbird Management and Monitoring Initiative
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