Pacific Southwest Research Station
800 Buchanan Street
Albany, CA 94710-0011
Wildlife & Fish: Bird Monitoring
Partners in Flight Monitoring and Inventory Working Group Meetings and Announcements:
Upcoming Meetings - no information at this time
Minutes and Information from Past Meetings
- April 27, 2000: The Monitoring and Inventory Working Group held a
meeting in conjunction with the 2000 Cooper Ornithological Society meeting. Several important
topics were aired for the first time, and decisions on how the Working Group will proceed in the
future was considered by the attendees. This was intended to be the first of a series of meetings
and working groups to further the goal of landbird monitoring in North America. For further
information on the agenda of the meeting, click
- Meeting of the
Partners in Flight Management Steering Committee,
Illinois Beach, Illinois, March 22-23, 2000. This is a summary
of those items that might be of interest for the Monitoring and
Inventory Working Group.
- Meeting on "Landbird Monitoring and Data,"
Patuxent wildlife Research
Center, Laurel, Maryland, held on January 27, 1997.
- Monitoring Subgroup Meeting
held during the PIF Western Working Group Meetings, Portland, Oregon
(January 29-31, 1997).
- Monitoring Working Group Meeting
held in Washington, DC during the North
American wildlife and Natural Resources Conference (March 16, 1997).
- Bird/Habitat Subgroup of the Monitoring Working
Group meeting held in Washington, DC (December 2, 1997).
Other Information from Past Meetings
- Current Goals of the Monitoring Working Group:
draft as presented at the Joint Steering Committee and Management
Steering Committee meeting
in Omaha, Nebraska, September 1996.
- October 22-23, 1997: A meeting of
the Monitoring and Inventory Working Group was held
at the Conference on "Research and
management of Cowbirds in Eastern and Western landscapes",
at the Red Lion Inn, Sacramento,
California. The conference, scheduled for
October 23-25, was hosted by the Research
Working Group of PIF and the Department of Biological Sciences,
California State University,
is available on the attached page regarding contact people and topics that were
expected to be covered at the conference.
One of the topics to be discussed at the
MWG meeting was revision of the "Needs Assessment".Click here for more details, including a proposed outline for the
report. Also included is further details concerning the times and arrangements for the meeting.
Jon Bart had additional information on the progress to that
date. He requested that any comments be addressed to him by September 25, 1997.
Last updated on January 27, 2005, by Linda