Black Duck – J. Mills
Landscapes that support stable bird populations while providing ecological and economic benefits to society.
To provide a forum where federal, provincial and non-governmental agencies work collaboratively to coordinate and deliver effective bird habitat conservation in eastern Canada.
To conserve migratory and non-migratory birds in priority habitats for the benefit of biodiversity and people.
The EHJV Implementation Plan 2015-2020 reflects the direction and priorities of the most recent North American Waterfowl Management Plan 2012: People Conserving Waterfowl and Wetlands. These priorities are birds, habitat and people.
Common Eider – Leslie Hamel
What is a Joint Venture?
North American Habitat Joint Ventures Map
EHJV Management Board, Port Rowan, Ontario – Tania Morais
Contact Tania Morais for more information.
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Canadian Wildlife Service
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Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada
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