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North American Waterfowl
Management Plan

What's a Joint Venture?

SDJV Contacts

Funding Opportunities

Meet the Sea Ducks

Sea Duck Information Series

Satellite Telemetry Studies

Atlantic Migration Study

Endangered and Threatened Sea Ducks

SDJV- Endorsed Studies

Abstracts previous
seaduck conferences

Related Resources
  Wetlands International:
    Sea Duck Specialist Group
    Threatened Waterfowl Specialist

  How We Catch Sea Ducks

Sea Duck Joint Venture

Opportunities for Funding and Endorsement

The Sea Duck Joint Venture uses an objective process to solicit, evaluate, and endorse scientifially sound and economical projects that address elements of its scientific agenda. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, a partner in the SDJV, administers funds via grants, purchase orders, and contracts on a competitive basis. In addition, the SDJV offers endorsement of scientifically sound sea duck studies to aid applicants seeking funding independent of the SDJV. Projects seeking funding and/or endorsement must submit proposals for review. See Request for Proposals below for more information.

The Sea Duck Joint Venture will not be issuing a general Request for Proposals for 2012. The SDJV Management Board has decided that, given reduced funding levels, all available resources will be directed to ongoing high priority research (e.g., Atlantic and Great Lakes Sea Duck Migration Study) and monitoring surveys for at least the next year. For more information, see the SDJV Implementation Plan, 2011-2014.

blue dot Sea Duck Joint Venture Funded Studies, FY11 (pdf)

blue dot Format and Guidelines for annual Project Reports (pdf)
     (please follow the requested format) downloadable MSWord file
      Previous Annual Summary Reports

blue dot Sea Duck Joint Venture Implementation Plan 2011-2014 (pdf)