Several activities have been undertaken in Chile including hunting controls and other protection measures in breeding areas. In Argentina, activities take place in the framework of a national strategy for the conservation and management of the Ruddy-headed Goose, Ashy-headed Goose and the Upland Goose.

Activities agreed by the two countries also include the surveying and monitoring of the Ruddy-headed Goose population on the mainland and Tierra del Fuego in Argentina and Chile, which aim to assess changes in distribution and population trends in both main breeding and wintering areas. In addition, education, awareness-raising and capacity building activities in cooperation with local stakeholders have been taking place to provide information to local communities, hunters and farmers, in which particular attention is given to reducing the persecution and hunting pressure during the wintering season in southern Buenos Aires province.