The Working Group was requested to complete the preparation of an Action Plan to be brought forward for adoption at the 11th meeting of the Conference of the Parties in 2014.
Intersessional work takes place electronically using the CMS online platform, the Scientific Council Workspace.
Membership aims to include experts with knowledge of African-Eurasian migratory landbirds, their habitats and the threats they face. External experts have been invited to participate in the Working Group, while the number of members should ideally allow the group to work as effectively as possible.
All members of the Scientific Council are welcome to provide representations to the Working Group. In addition to Councillors, key organizations and invited experts who can add value to the efforts of the Working Group have been identified.
The Programme of Work (POW) for the Working Group on the Implementation of the Migratory Landbirds Action Plan (AEMLAP) is available here.
The Action Plan for Migratory Landbirds in the African-Eurasian Region was adopted by COP11 as Resolution 11.17 in November 2014 in Quito, Ecuador.
Up to date, there have been two meetings of the Working Group; one in Accra (Ghana) 31 August to 2 September 2012 and another one in Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire) 25 to 27 November 2015.
BirdLife Partner Netherlands:
ICCO Project: Birds, Bees and Business
Eurasian African Bird Migration Atlas project:
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