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 Brown Pelican CREDIT: PATRICIO ROBLES GIL Canada Geese CREDIT: THOMAS D. MANGELSEN Mallard CREDIT: PATRICIO ROBLES GIL Resplendent Quetzal CREDIT: FULVIO ECCARDI   
Western Sandpipers, Bécasseau d'Alaska, Playeros occidentales  (plural: Bécasseaux d'Alaska)  CREDIT: PATRICIO ROBLES GIL American Redstart, Paruline flamboyante, Chipe flameante  CREDIT: MICHAEL STUBBLEFIELD Magnificent Frigatebird	Frégate superbe, Fragata magnífica,   CREDIT: PATRICIO ROBLES GIL Sandhill Cranes, Grue du Canada, Grullas grises (plural: Grues du Canada)  CREDIT: ARTHUR MORRIS Osprey, Balbuzard pêcheur, Gavilán pescador  CREDIT: PATRICIO ROBLES GIL

Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network

The Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network (WHSRN) is a conservation strategy launched in 1984. The Network aligns with the simple strategy that we must protect key habitats throughout the Americas in order to sustain healthy populations of shorebirds. During the last 20 years, over 21 million acres of shorebird habitat has been brought under the auspices of WHSRN. NABCI partners are active members of WHSRN.