Resident Game Bird Working Group

Committee Charge

The Resident Game Bird Work Group provides national leadership on issues related to resident game birds by:

  • Encouraging and coordinating partnerships that integrate the various bird conservation plans, game and nongame, and their delivery via projects on the ground;
  • Serving as a forum for discussion of key issues and policy actions that impact resident game bird management and conservation, and providing leadership in consensus and partnership building among bird conservation professionals;
  • Ensuring representation of resident game birds in decisions and discussions of the AFWA Bird Conservation Committee, as well as the North American Bird Conservation Initiative (NABCI), and providing recommendations and guidance on key issues concerning resident game bird management and conservation to the Committee and NABCI.
  • Promoting, protecting and enhancing the future of resident game bird hunting as part of our hunting heritage, while working to conserve the species-specific resources and their habitats that are under our stewardship.

Minutes & Agendas

AFWA Annual Meeting Agendas and Minutes:

September 2022 Meeting Agenda
September 2022 Meeting Notes
September 2020 Meeting Summary
September 2019 Draft Meeting Agenda
September 2018 Meeting Notes
September 2017 Meeting Notes

North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference Agendas and Minutes:
March 2022 Meeting Agenda
March 2022 Meeting Notes
March 2021 Draft Meeting Agenda
March 2020 Draft Meeting Agenda
March 2019 Draft Meeting Agenda
March 2018 Meeting Notes

Resources:

 


Work Group Contact Information

Work Group Chair
Todd Bishop, Head, Wildlife Bureau, Iowa Department of Natural Resources
todd.bishop@dnr.iowa.gov

Work Group Vice-Chair
Shaun Oldenburger, Small Game Program Director, Wildlife Division, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
shaun.oldenburger@tpwd.texas.gov

AFWA Staff Member
Susana Mateos
smateos@fishwildlife.org