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If Your Park, Public Space or Community Garden is a Major Bird Habitat - Apply

  • Subject: [cg] If Your Park, Public Space or Community Garden is a Major Bird Habitat - Apply
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 14:20:02 EDT

these were posted on the Foundation Center RFP listserv:

Funding Available for Conservation of Bird Habitats

 Deadline: June 1, 2003 (Pre-proposals)

 The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
 ( http://www.nfwf.org/ ) is accepting pre-proposals for
 habitat conservation and management projects to be funded
 through the Migratory Bird Conservancy
 ( http://www.conservebirds.org/ ).

 MBC will fund projects that directly address conservation
 of priority bird habitats in the Western hemisphere.
 Acquisition, restoration, and improved management of
 habitats are program priorities. Education, research,
 and monitoring will be considered only as components of
 actual habitat conservation projects.

 All grantees will be required to match MBC awards on at
 least a one-to-one level with cash or tangible in-kind
 contributions. Pre-proposals and proposals will be judged
 by at least the following criteria: importance to partners
 in Flight Watch List species; priority of the proposed
 conservation action within regional or state Partners in
 Flight conservation plans; benefits of proposed project
 to other nearby conservation areas, such as national
 wildlife refuges; viewing opportunities for birders, and
 actual or potential volume of visitation; other partner-
 ships; and matching funds ratio.

 Early submission of pre-proposals is appreciated. Full
 proposals will be required by July 15, 2003. See the NFWF
 Web site for complete program guidelines.

 RFP Link: http://www.nfwf.org/programs/mbc-rfp.htm 

 For additional RFPs in Environment, visit:
 http://www.fdncenter.org/pnd/rfp/cat_environment.jhtml 

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