International Action Plans
The International Single Species Action Plan for the Conservation of the Lesser White-fronted Goose (Western Palearctic Population) was adopted at the 4th Meeting of the AEWA Parties in Madagascar in September 2008. The goal of the action plan is to restore the Lesser White-fronted Goose to a favorable conservation status within the AEWA Agreement area by stopping and reversing the current population decline and range contraction. The main focus under the Action Plan is the conservation of the wild Fennoscandian and Western main sub-populations with the aim to restore the Fennoscandian sub-population to 1000 individuals and the Western main sub-population to 20.000 individuals.
- Lesser White-fronted Goose Single Species Action Plan for 2008-2013 - in English , published in 2008 by AEWA
- Lesser White-fronted Goose Single Species Action Plan for 2008-2013 - in Russian , published in 2008 by AEWA
- Lesser White-fronted Goose Single Species Action Plan for 1996-1999 - in English , published in 1996 by Council of Europe.
Regional Action Plans
Action plans for conservation of globally threatened bird species in Caucasus eco-region / Ed. by G.S. Dzhamirzoev & S.A. Bukreev. – Moscow–Makhachkala: Russian Bird Conservation Union, Institute of Biogeography and Landscape Ecology at Daghestan State Pedagogical University, 2008. – 208pp.
An Action plan for the Conservation of migratory Anatidae in the East Asian flyway: 2001-2005» was prepared by the Anatidae Working Group, Asia-Pacific Migratory Waterbird Conservation Committee.
National Action Plans
Of the 22 AEWA principle range states for the Lesser White-fronted Goose five countries have adopted national action plans to date: