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List of Grant Recipients

Grant Recipients and Reports

The recipients of the Craig S. Harrison Conservation Fund Grants Program are listed in the table below. After the work is completed, the recipient submits a report of their findings to the Pacific Seabird Group. Completed reports are posted and can be viewed by clicking on the title of the study.

Year Grant Recipient Title of Study
Click on title for Final Report (when available)
2016 Fransisca Noni, Indonesia Distribution of seabirds around Java Island
2015 Muhammad Iqbal, Indonesia Seabird surveys on Menui Island, Indonesia
2014 Dr. Shuihua Chen, China Conservation of the Critically Endangered Chinese Crested Tern: Restoration of a Lost Breeding Colony
2013 Felipe Estela, Columbia Aerial surveys of seabird colonies in the Eastern Tropical Pacific
2013 Lucie Faulquier Manu, French Polynesia Study and Conservation of Tahiti Petrel (Pseudobulweria rostrata) in Raiatea, French Polynesia
2013 Dr. Rosana Paredes, Peru Multi-species tracking of seabirds in a new Marine protected Area in Peru
2011 Dr. Carlos B. Zavalaga, Peru At-sea movements of Peruvian-Diving Petrels in Peru: Interaction with fisheries?
2011 BirdLife International, Fiji Research and conservation for the Collared Petrel Pterodroma brevipes in Fiji
2010 Joanna Alfaro Shigueto, Pro Delphinus, Peru Encouraging at-sea monitoring efforts of the waved albatross in the Southeast Pacific
2010 Gerrit D.C. De Jong, Indonesia Current status of the seabird colony on Suanggi Island, Banda Sea, Indonesia
2009 Dr. Carlos B. Zavalaga, Peru First GPS Tracks of Peruvian Diving-petrels and Inca Terns in southern Peru: Final Report, World Seabird Conference Presentation
2009 Alejandro Suarez, Guatemala Guide for seabirds of Guatemala
2009 Cristián G. Suazo, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile Diet of Black-browed Albatrosses in relation to fisheries
2008 Liliana Ayala, Peruvian Association for the Conservation of Nature (APECO), Peru Educational Materials for Seabird Conservation in Peru (Albatross, Humboldt Penguins, Peruvian guano birds)
2008 Nick Brickle, Wildlife Conservation International, Bogor, Indonesia Investigating pelagic seabird foraging and passage in the Sunda Strait, Indonesia
2008 Raquel Siguenza de Micheo, Escuela de Biología, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, Ciudad Universitaria, Guatemala Diagnostics of seabird bycatch on the Guatemalan Pacific Coast, Central America
2007 Elenoa Seniloli, BirdLife International-Fiji Programme Restoring the seabird colony on Mabualau Island, Bau waters, Fiji
2007 Cristián G. Suazo, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile Identifying new interactions between seabirds and the artisanal fishing on Chonos archipelago, Chilean Patagonia

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