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|The US Forest Service’s International Program and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation provided seed funding to start new surveys in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, and Peru.
We are seeking additional funding to build and support skilled local teams in Panama, Ecuador, and Peru, and to analyze existing data and investigate the causes of change in shorebird distribution and abundance.
Each partner has already contributed funding. We estimate an annual budget of $350,000 per year in order to implement the project range-wide. This would fund monitoring, analysis, outreach and site-based conservation actions. A complete budget is available on request.