Technical Advisory Team
The EGCPJV seeks to develop, strengthen, and continually refine the biological foundation of bird conservation through the use of applied science. Science activities are coordinated by the EGCPJV Technical Advisory Team. The team serves as a forum for information transfer, integration, and interpretation among partners; identifies needs, makes recommendations, and oversees the development of science products; and coordinates large-scale monitoring, evaluation, and research activities.
Open Pine Decision Support Tool
This tool uses up-to-date research results to guide decisions about where, when, how, and why to undertake conservation actions in open pine habitats to maximize conservation benefits for birds and other wildlife.
Desired Forest Conditions for Southern Pine Ecosystems
The EGCPJV, in collaboration with USFWS and NatureServe developed “Desired Forest Conditions” (DFCs) for southern pine ecosystems. DFCs provide technical recommendations for land managers on the characteristics of longleaf and other open pine systems that are most likely to support sustainable populations of wildlife.