North American Wetlands Conservation Act
The 2012-2013 North American Wetlands Conservation Act Biennial Report highlights bird habitat conservation grants across North America.
In this edition, we focus on the impact of our grants throughout the annual life cycle of a few of our continent?s migratory birds. The report is divided into six sections, with highlights of special projects and unique habitats interspersed throughout. The first three sections provide a detailed analysis of grant projects funded by the North American Wetlands Conservation Act in fiscal years 2012 and 2013. These are broken down by region and state or province.
Download the 2012-2013 NAWCA Biennial Report (9.3MB)
North American Wetlands Conservation Act, Section 10. REPORT TO CONGRESS:
The Secretary shall report to the appropriate Committees on the implementation of this Act. The report shall include: (1) a biennial assessment of: (A) the estimated number of acres of wetlands and habitat for waterfowl and other migratory birds that were restored, protected, or enhanced during such two-year period by Federal, State, and local agencies and other entities in the United States, Canada, and Mexico; (B) trends in the populations size and distribution of North American migratory birds; (C) the status of efforts to establish agreements with nations in the western hemisphere pursuant to section 16; and (D) wetlands conservation projects funded under this Act, listed and identified by type, conservation mechanism (such as acquisition, easement, or lease), location, and duration. (2) an annual assessment of the status of wetlands conservation projects, including an accounting of expenditures by Federal, State, and other United States entities, and expenditures by Canadian and Mexican sources to carry out these projects.