Studying North Dakota Colonial Waterbirds to Guide their Conservation

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Last year, Bird Conservancy led an exciting new effort to survey and inventory colonial waterbird populations in North Dakota. The inventory and associated population information produced from this project will provide baseline data for future monitoring efforts, as well as contribute to regional and national waterbird conservation efforts. Here’s the scoop!

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Creating Lasting Memories for Young Birders

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As young nature enthusiasts participated in this years summer camps at Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, they formed memories that will stay with them and hopefully foster a strong conservation ethic for the rest of their lives, all while having fun and playing outside! Lily Hynson, our Community Education Coordinator describes some of her favorite experiences from the summer season.

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IMBCR Ramping up for Expanded Field Effort

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The Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) program is one of the largest bird monitoring programs in North America, covering a work area of 450,545 square miles across all or parts of 13 western states in the U.S. 2016 will see a major expansion of IMBCR in partnership with Playa Lakes Joint Venture. Growth of the program complements monitoring efforts in the Northern Great Plains and promises encounters with even more bird species.

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