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  • Sanderlings. Photo by Ron LeValley
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  • Marbled Godwit in Humboldt Bay, California. Photo by Tupper Ansel Blake, courtesy of USFWS.
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Recently Added Projects in The Pacific Coast Joint Venture Project Portal

East Fork Illinois River
Added: Fri. Nov. 07, 2014

Alula Bay Restoration and Mangrove Eradication
Added: Fri. Oct. 03, 2014

Railroad Island
Added: Tue. Feb. 18, 2014

Slide Creek
Added: Fri. Jan. 03, 2014

Good Oak Farm
Added: Mon. Dec. 16, 2013

View 100 Most Recent Projects in The Pacific Coast Joint Venture Project Portal

About the Pacific Coast Joint Venture

The Pacific Coast Joint Venture develops partnerships to protect and restore lowland wetland and upland ecosystems for the benefit birds and other wildlife. We work in the coastal areas of Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Northern California and Hawaii. The PCJV is one of 18 habitat joint ventures in North America working to carry out the goals of four major bird conservation initiatives. These initiatives address habitat and population objectives for waterfowl, shorebirds, waterbirds and land birds.

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For current updates on PCJV news, please visit the PCJV web site at www.pcjv.org.

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The Pacific Coast Joint Venture Project Portal Statistics

  • Last Update: Fri. Nov. 07, 2014
  • Number of Projects: 177
  • Number of Project Sites: 627
  • Conservation Actions: 457
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The Pacific Coast Joint Venture Project Portal Contact

Shelley Kirk-Rudeen

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