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Seabird Conservation Programme Grants 2022 from the U.S. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
The U.S. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) invites applications to improve populations of focal Pacific seabirds through actions that increase survival and reproduction. Proposed projects may address the management of non-native, invasive animals; restoration of nesting grounds and habitat; research and monitoring activities to address conservation needs; or activities that reduce bycatch. Awards generally fall within a range of U$50 thousand to US$1 million. Eligibility is not restricted.. The deadline for proposals is 11 August 2022.
Opportunity Information
CBD Regional Groups - Pacific sub-region
Funding support


NFWF (https://www.nfwf.org/programs/seabirds/seabird-conservation-program-2022-request-proposals)
Detailed Opportunity Information


Eligible applicants include: non-profit 501(c) organizations, Federal government agencies, state government agencies, local governments, municipal governments, Tribal Governments and Organizations, educational institutions, international organizations, and businesses. For-profit applicants: please note that this is a request for grant proposals, not a procurement of goods and services; see the Budget section below for specific cost considerations.
Go to easygrants.nfwf.org to register in our Easygrants online system. New users to the system will be prompted to register before starting the application (if you already are a registered user, use your existing login). Enter your applicant information. Once on your homepage, click the “Apply for Funding” button and select this RFP’s “Funding Opportunity” from the list of options. Follow the instructions in Easygrants to complete your application. Once an application has been started, it may be saved and returned to at a later time for completion and submission.


2022-08-11
NFWF (https://www.nfwf.org/programs/seabirds/seabird-conservation-program-2022-request-proposals)
Active

Linkages to CBD Initiatives
1. Awareness of biodiversity values
2. Integration of biodiversity values
4. Use of natural resources
9. Invasive Alien Species
10. Vulnerable ecosystems
12. Preventing extinctions
19. Biodiversity knowledge
Biodiversity for Development
Climate Change and Biodiversity
Invasive Alien Species
Contact Person
Pending Approval
Mr. Scott Hall
,


National Fish & Wildlife Foundation
1133, 15th Street Northwest, Downtown, # 1000
Washington, District of Columbia
20005, United States of America

: Scott.Hall@nfwf.org
: +1 202-857-0166 |
Primary Organization
Pending Approval
National Fish & Wildlife Foundation (NFWF)
1133, 15th Street Northwest, Downtown, # 1000
Washington, District of Columbia
20005, United States of America

: info@nfwf.org
: +1 202-857-0166 |


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