NJ Audubon Monitoring Young Forest Treatment Areas

Since the start of the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service’s (NRCS) Working Lands for Wildlife Program (WLFW) in 2012, New Jersey Audubon (NJA) has been instrumental in assisting numerous private landowners to enroll in the program, develop habitat management plans, as well as implementing those plans, for the recovery of…...

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Tracking Stations in Brazil

NJ Audubon and its partners from Tulane University, the University of Para, CEMAVE (Brazil’s bird management and conservation agency) and ICMBio (Brazil’s protected area management agency) installed the first two automated tracking stations in Brazil.  These stations will detect transmissions from Semipalmated Sandpipers (SESA) marked with digital VHF radio tags. …...

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