The Gulf of Mexico Avian Monitoring Network currently has working groups structured around each of the functional taxa groups of birds (seabirds, shorebirds, wading birds, marshbirds, waterfowl, landbirds, and raptors, as well as a working group focused on the utility and application of decision theory to the establishment of bird monitoring objectives and priorities.
For more information, please contact the appropriate working chairs.
Avian Health: Terri Maness (Louisiana Tech University email@example.com) Jacquie Grace (Texas A&M University firstname.lastname@example.org)
Landbirds: TJ Zenzal (USGS email@example.com) Bill Vermillion (Gulf Coast Joint Venture William_Vermillion@fws.gov)
Marshbirds: Mark Woodrey (Mississippi State University firstname.lastname@example.org) and Kevin Kalasz (USFWS email@example.com)
Raptors: Mary Ann Ottinger (University of Houston firstname.lastname@example.org)
Seabirds: Evan Adams (Biodiversity Research Institute email@example.com) and Terri Maness (Louisiana Tech University firstname.lastname@example.org)
Shorebirds: Melanie Driscoll (Phoenix Rising LLC email@example.com) Kiah Williams (Tulane University firstname.lastname@example.org)
Structured Decision Making: Michelle Stantial (USGS email@example.com)
Wading Birds: Clay Green (Texas State University firstname.lastname@example.org) and Lianne Koczur (Alabama Audubon email@example.com)
Waterfowl: Randy Wilson (USFWS firstname.lastname@example.org) Joe Lancaster (Gulf Coast Joint Venturejlancaster@ducks.org)