Meeting Presentations

February 13, 2019 Meeting Presentations

Tools Available to Help Partners Conserve Birds in New Mexico

Breeding Habitat Requirements of Bendire’s Thrasher

Bendire’s Thrasher Nest Survival and Juvenile Condition and Survival in Relation to Land Management in New Mexico

Range-Wide Bendire’s Thrasher Surveys – Results from a Collaborative Conservation Effort

Piñon-Juniper Symposium Proceedings

Pinyon Jay Comprehensive Conservation Strategy (Developed by the Multi-State Pinyon Jay Working Group)

Avian Communities are Decreasing with Pinon Pine Mortality in the Southwest

NMACP Development of a Survey Protocol for Determining Bird Response to Pinon-Juniper Habitat Treatments Throughout New Mexico

Abundance, Distribution, and Habitat Relationships of Grace’s Warblers and Red-faced Warblers in Pine Forests of New Mexico

Case Study-Integrating Bird Conservation and Wildfire Prevention in a Santa Fe Wildland Urban Interface

A Full Annual-Cycle Conservation Plan for Sprague’s Pipit, Chestnut-collared and McCown’s Longspurs, and Baird’s Sparrow

Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Status and Monitoring in the Rio Grande Basin

Bird Community Response to Habitat Structure Changes in the Corrales Bosque

Changes in Avian Use in the Middle Rio Grande Bosque, 2004-2018

 

 January 26, 2017 Meeting Presentations

Updated Assessment Scores and What They Mean for Bird Conservation in NM

Avian Knowledge Network

Bendire’s Thrasher-New Mexico’s Highest Scoring Species

Piñon-Juniper Habitats and Priority Species

Ponderosa Pine Forest Habitats and Priority Species

Lesser Prairie-Chicken (Grassland Habitats)

Scaled Quail (Grassland Habitats)

Chestnut-collared Longspur (Grassland Habitats)

Mexican Spotted Owl (Mixed-Conifer Habitats)

Red-faced Warbler (Mixed-Conifer Habitats)

Southwestern Willow Flycatcher and Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo (Riparian Habitats)

Lewis’s Woodpecker (Riparian Habitats)

 

January 2008 Meeting Presentations

New Mexico Guide to Bird Plans VERSION 1.2 Jan08

Small NAWCA Grant Funding Presentation 1-30-08