State Wildlife Agency Participation

Southern Wings is a partnership of state agencies that support the common vision of providing a funding mechanism for bird conservation projects in Mexico, Central America, South America and the Caribbean to support priority birds throughout their annual cycle and protect the state wildlife agencies investments.
  • Arkansas Game and Fish Commission – Reserva El Jaguar, Nicaragua; and Sierra Caral and Cerro San Gil, Guatemala
  • Arizona Game and Fish Department– Colorado River Delta, Mexico; Chihuahuan Desert Grasslands, Mexico; Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico
  • Indiana Department of Natural Resources - Cerulean Warbler conservation in Colombia
  • Iowa Department of Natural Resources - Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica; Sierra Caral, Guatemala; Saltillo Grasslands Mexico
  • Kansas Parks and Wildlife – High Andean Wetlands of South America
  • Missouri Department of Conservation - Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico; Reserva El Jaguar, Nicaragua; Sierra Caral, Guatemala; and Cerulean Warbler conservation in Colombia
  • Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks
  • North Eastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (NEAFWA) – Bicknell’s Thrush conservation in the Dominican Republic and Cerulean Warbler conservation in Colombia; Piping plover conservation in the Bahamas
  • Nebraska Game and Parks Commission – Saltillo Grasslands, Mexico
  • New Mexico Game and Fish Department - Chihuahuan Desert Grasslands, Mexico
  • North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission – Piping Plover conservation in the Bahamas
  • Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation - Saltillo Grasslands, Mexico
  • Pennsylvania Game Commission – Reserva El Jaguar, Nicaragua
  • South Dakota Game and Fish Department – Saltillo Grasslands, Mexico
  • Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency – Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico; Cerro San Gil, Guatemala
  • Texas Parks and Wildlife Department – Sierra Caral and Cerro San Gil, Guatemala; Laguna Madre, Mexico
  • Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources– Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica



AFWA Staff Contact
Deb Hahn
202/ 838-3458



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