The Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network (WHSRN, pronounced "whissern") is a conservation strategy launched in 1986 with the designation of the first site, Delaware Bay in the United States. The Network aligns with the simple strategy that we must protect key habitats throughout the Americas in order to sustain healthy populations of shorebirds. To date, WHSRN site partners are conserving more than 31 million acres of shorebird habitat.
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