What do Wood Ducks, gold-standard landowners, and black cherry trees have in common? They can all be found in PA… & in this newsletter edition!
In this edition of the AMJV Newsletter, you’ll find updates from our AMJV Focal Landscapes and information about upcoming meetings!
In this edition, we highlight takeaways from a recent AMJV Management Technical Committee Meeting, the newly-released State of the Birds Report, and work within the Greenbrier and Alleghenies Focal Landscape in WV, including projects being completed by WV Division of Natural Resources and Weyerhaeuser.
In this edition, we highlight takeaways from a recent AMJV Management Board Meeting, a newly-funded Motus proposal, an important conservation legislation update, AMJV’s recent award, new AMJV communications and online training products, partner updates from focal landscapes around the region, the work of the TNC Allegheny Highlands Program, the conservation activities of the Boiling Springs Rod and Gun Club, and upcoming meetings.
In this edition, we highlight the Road to Recovery (R2R) effort, a recently submitted Motus Tower network proposal, our Full Annual Cycle (FAC) Team, the Virginia Highlands Focal Landscape, a current funding source, and upcoming meetings.
In this edition, we highlight a recent Technical Committee Meeting in western Maryland, the AMJV Focal Landscape Initiative, a successful 1st Eastern Partners in Flight meeting, and upcoming meetings.
In this edition, we highlight upcoming forest management workshops for private landowners, establishing our Focal Landscapes Initiative, and presenting our inaugural AMJV Outstanding Partner Award.
In this edition, we highlight a series of workshops that seeks to improve forest health, provide updates on identifying areas and starting collaborations for our focal landscapes initiative, and discuss talks from the Northeast Region partner meeting.
In this edition we highlight the election of our new Chair and Vice Chair, how the partnership is implementing and enhancing Cerulean habitat on private lands, and more.
In this edition we highlight our engagement with private forest landowners and industry, experience at 2016 Capitol Hill Visit, new resources on our website, and more.
In this special edition of our Newsletter, we focus on the activities, progress, and next steps surrounding the Cerulean Warbler Appalachian Forestland Enhancement Project.
In this edition we welcome student interns to the AMJV team, detail the happenings at the Joint Northeast and Southeast Partners in Flight Meeting, and more.
In this edition we summarize the major AMJV priorities in the coming years, the progress on implementing the Cerulean Warbler Appalachian Enhancement project, and our work in updating the landmark Partners in Flight North American Landbird Conservation Plan.
In this edition we detail our upcoming workshop to enhance bird habitat on forests and farms, new staff positions that will help implement the Cerulean Warbler Appalachian Forestland Enhancement Project, and more.
In this edition we recognize partner’s achievements for innovative approaches to protect public and private lands, activities and discussions that took place at the International Wood Thrush Workshop, increasing international collaboration for shared species, and more.
In this edition we detail the discussions and action items that came out of the AMJV Board Meeting, describe the recent Capitol Hill visit, planning for the upcoming Bird Conservation Partnerships and Initiatives Summit, and more.
In this edition we detail the State of the Birds Report and implications for the AMJV region, recommendations that came out of the AMJV Technical Committee Meeting, a Golden-winged Warbler land manager workshop for the Southern Appalachians, and more.
In this edition we detail our year end numbers for acreage preserved and funds leveraged, welcome a new addition to the AMJV team, and highlight a partner’s management of state forests
In this edition we detail the release of guidelines to aid in forest management decision-making, development of a coordinated bird monitoring program, conservation activities that are bringing back Golden-winged Warblers to Little Hump Mountain, and more.
In this edition we detail the activities from the 5th International Partners in Flight Conference, work of the AMJV Technical Committee, research that is highlighting the importance of early successional forests to interior birds, and more.
In this edition we detail the activities from the AMJV Management Board Meeting, a new study tracking the occurrence of bird-window collisions at an office park, and the release of outreach habitat supplements to accompany the Golden-winged Warbler Best Management Practice guidelines.
In this edition we detail our work implementing Working Lands for Wildlife Initiatives on private lands, developing a Cerulean Warbler BMP, collaborating with international partners, and more.