Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act grants

The United States Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act (NMBCA) established an annual, competitive grants program to support projects that promote the conservation of neotropical migratory birds and their habitats in the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.

The U. S. Fish

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and Wildlife Service's Division of Bird Habitat Conservation (DBHC) is responsible for managing the NMBCA grants program and administers all grants.

Applicants submit project proposals, using Grants.gov, to the DBHC during the program's one funding cycle per year.

The FWS Director selects the projects for funding.
Related Programs

Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation

Department of the Interior


Agency: Fish and Wildlife Service

Office:

Estimated Funding: $4,000,000


Who's Eligible



Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
http://www.fws.gov/birds/grants/neotropical-migratory-bird-conservation-act/how-to-apply.php

Additional Information of Eligibility:
US and Non-US Organizations

Full Opportunity Web Address:


Contact:


Agency Email Description:


Agency Email:
guy_b_foulks@fws.gov

Date Posted:
2015-09-07

Application Due Date:
2015-11-05

Archive Date:
2016-03-01



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