Title(11/04) National Fish and Wildlife Foundation — Atlantic Flyway Shorebirds 20222021-10-19 05:24
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The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) is now accepting proposals of projects that concerns American oystercatcher (short distance migrant), whimbrel (mid-distance migrant) and threatened red knot (long distance migrant) and their habitats. The program focus on priority sites of three species in U.S. Atlantic seaboard and wintering sites of each species in Caribbean and South America.

Deadline: 4th of November

Grant amount: US$75 thousand to US$250 thousand

Eligible applicants: Non-profit organizations, Indian tribes, and universities

2022 Request for proposals and full proposal tip sheet is in attached files. 

For more information, you can visit the NFWF website. 

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