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Priority

Birds &

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Conservation

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About Us

The Central Hardwoods Joint Venture (CHJV) is a partnership of state, federal, and non-for-profit wildlife conservation agencies and organizations that work together to insure the long-term viability of native bird populations across the Central Hardwoods Bird Conservation Region . A Management Board consisting of representatives of each partner agency or organization provides the overall vision and guidance for the partnership; CHJV staff provide the day-to-day coordination and technical capacity needed to implement the CHJV vision. The CHJV also involves staff from partner agencies and organizations via technical committees such as the Upland and Wetland Science Teams to establish biological objectives for planning and conservation design . In addition to the CHJV, there are 17 other bird habitat Joint Ventures across the United States. More...