The Bird Conservation Committee is responsible for keeping the Association informed of developments affecting bird conservation. It promotes policies necessary to ensure the long-term conservation of bird populations and their habitats, sustainable hunting and the public's opportunity to enjoy birds.
The Committee and its working groups actively coordinate with federal agencies, especially the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, AFWA’s legal counsel, regional fish and wildlife associations, Canadian, Mexican and NGO partners throughout the western hemisphere to advance an integrated approach to bird conservation. The Committee also works closely with the flyway councils and the North American Bird Conservation Initiative and it contributes to the activities and involvement of AFWA’s International Relations Committee and other groups regarding international issues that affect birds.
2013 North American Meeting Materials and Notes
2012 Annual Meeting Agenda and Presentations
Annual Meeting 2012 Notes- Bird Conservation Committee and Working Groups
2011 Annual Meeting
2011 Bird Conservation Annual Meeting Agenda
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2011 North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference: