Researchers from several of our region’s National Wildlife Refuges, along with other partners, are using today’s tiny tagging technology to find out exactly what saltmarsh sparrows are up to!
Category: Blog entries, Coastal Restoration, Habitat restoration, Migratory birds, National wildlife refuges, Partnerships, Science and research, Wetlands Tags: Birds, habitat conservation, migration, Migratory birds, nanotags, Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, rachel carson, Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge Comples, saltmarsh, saltmarsh sparrow, Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge
Seeds of Success, a native seed collection program, is helping to restore and strengthen coastal areas vulnerable to intense storms and sea-level rise predicted with a changing climate.
Category: Blog entries, Coastal Restoration, Habitat restoration, Partnerships, Strong After Sandy, Youth Tags: #StrongAfterSandy, Bureau of Land Management, coastal restoration, Hurricane Sandy, Hurricane Sandy resilience project, Hyde Pond dam, Mid-Atlantic Regional Seed Bank, national wildlife refuges, new england wild flower society, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Seeds of Success, Strong After Sandy, youth, youth engagement
On a recent tour at Glenn Martin National Wildlife Refuge in Smith Island, Maryland, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service staff observed construction of a 21,000 foot living shoreline. This project, funded...
Category: Blog entries, Climate Change, Coastal Restoration, Habitat restoration, National wildlife refuges, Strong After Sandy Tags: #StrongAfterSandy, Chesapeake Bay, Fog Point living shoreline, Glenn Martin National Wildlife Refuge, Hurricane Sandy, Hurricane Sandy resilience project, living shoreline, Maryland, national wildlife refuges, Smith Island, Strong After Sandy