Benguela Current Forage Fish Workshop


The Benguela Current Forage Fish Workshop will take place online from Monday 2nd to Wednesday the 4th of November 2020 hosted by the South African Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (DEFF). The workshop is being organized in collaboration with the UNEP/AEWA Secretariat, the Benguela Current Convention (BCC) and BirdLife South Africa (BLSA) with funding provided by the Government of the United Kingdom through its Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). 

The workshop aim is to develop and agree on a set of recommendations for the management of the Benguela Current’s forage fish resources and their fisheries so as to ensure their long-term sustainable use as a critical food resource for seabirds.

Meeting documents will be made available for download on this webpage as soon as they are ready.

For further information, please contact the UNEP/AEWA Secretariat.

02 Nov 2020 to 04 Nov 2020
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Number Title Files
BCFF Inf. 2 GoToMeeting Guide for Meeting Participants
BCFF Inf. 3 Online Meeting Guidelines
Final List of Participants
BCFF Inf. 5 AEWA International Multi-Species Action Plan for the Conservation of Benguela Current Upwelling System Coastal Seabirds
BCFF Inf. 6 Sandeel Stocks and Seabirds in the North Sea
BCFF Inf. 7 South Africa’s Seabirds – Distribution, Foraging, Population Trends and Status
BCFF Inf. 8 Seabird-Induced Natural Mortality of Forage Fish Varies with Fish Abundance: Evidence from Five Ecosystems
BCFF Inf. 9 Ecosystem Thresholds as Tools to Achieve an Ecosystem-Based Approach to Fisheries
BCFF Inf. 10 Food Limitation and Minimum Viable Populations of Seabirds in the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem
BCFF Inf. 11 Economic and Ecosystem Benefits of Some Marine Top Predators for Parties to the Benguela Current Convention