Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network

WHSRNews: Newsletter Archive

WHSRNews: 16 July 2015

In this issue:

Unprecedented Shorebird Survey at Alaska WHSRN Site; Good Governance and Conservation Agreements in Central America; A Successful Spring at the Delaware Bay WHSRN Site; Central American Partners Join Pacific Flyway Efforts

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WHSRNews: 20 May 2015

In this issue:

Chile: Understanding Shorebird Foraging Areas on Chiloé Island; Assessing Two Important Shorebird Sites in Central America; New Online WHSRN Calendar for Festivals and More

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WHSRNews: 11 March 2015

In this issue:

2015 Marks the 30th Anniversary of WHSRN; Panama Bay Protected by Federal Law; Shorebird Atlas of Peru Now Available

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WHSRNews: 22 December 2014

In this issue:

Celebrating Allan Baker and the Red Knot; Argentina: Laguna de los Pozuelos Site Dedication; Assessing and Celebrating Suriname’s WHSRN Sites; WHSRN Sites Among Important Bird Areas in Danger; 2014 WHSRN Hemispheric Council Meeting Highlights

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WHSRNews: 05 November 2014

In this issue:

Predicting Shorebirds’ Vulnerability to Climate Change; Mexico Airport Threatens Lago de Texcoco WHSRN Site; Shorebirds in the 2014 U.S. State of the Birds Report

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WHSRNews: 25 September 2014

In this issue:

Chile and Peru: Strengthening Good Governance for WHSRN Sites; PASP Finalizes Revised Shorebird-Marking Protocol; Hunters Observe World Shorebirds’ Day

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WHSRNews: 30 July 2014

In this issue: Semipalmated Sandpiper’s Migration Astounds Scientists; Argentina: A Management Plan 20 Years in the Making; Argentina: Santa Cruz Province Protects the Magellanic Plover; B95 Inspires U.K. Textile Artist; Upcoming Opportunities

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WHSRNews: 26 June 2014

In this issue:

B95 and YY1 Return to Restored Delaware Bay Beaches; Protecting the Protected Panama Bay (Again); 10th Biennial Great Salt Lake Issues Forum; High Honors for Two Shorebird Scientists; Upcoming Opportunities

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