Golden-Winged Warbler Working Group

GWWG Steering Committee member Amber Roth says: "One critical component to our strategy involves creating high-quality young forest and shrubby habitat for nest cover within a diverse forest landscape. This must be paired with conservation of habitats where warblers spend the winter in Central and South America, as well as habitats that the birds use during migration." The GWWG includes U.S., Canadian, and Latin American ornithologists, conservationists, and managers from academia, federal and state agencies, international non-governmental organizations, and industry. The group’s mission is to conserve golden-winged warbler populations through sound science, education, and habitat management, and to prevent the need to protect the golden-winged warbler under the federal Endangered Species Act.