Avian Monitoring in the Allegheny Highlands – 2013 Report

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on October 8, 2013

Avian Monitoring in the Allegheny Highlands – 2013 Report

“This document reports on the third year of avian monitoring, completed in 2013, in the 18,000-acre Warm Springs Mountain Restoration Project (WSMRP), a collaborative initiative spanning lands of The Nature Conservancy and the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. Developed by the Central Appalachians Fire Learning Network partnership, WSMRP is working to restore the historical fire regime in Appalachian pine-oak forests through controlled burns. Monitoring the landscape-scale responses of associated bird and plant communities is an essential part of this project.”

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