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NWP Global Registry of Apprentice Ecologists - Westport, Massachusetts, USA

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Westport, Massachusetts, USA
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allylag22



Registered: December 2016
City/Town/Province: Dartmouth
Posts: 1
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Over the summer I conducted egg, hatchling, and fledging counts on three bird species in my area: Tree Swallows, Easter Bluebirds, and House Wrens. This data went to MassAudubon to be used for local population counts and yields. In the early Spring I put the boxes up and monitored them throughout the summer (March-August) I counted the box data and kept records of bird activity around each box. I used this to learn more about local migratory bird mating habits and season mating yields.
Date: December 5, 2016 Views: 3545 File size: 25.5kb, 3161.8kb : 3264 x 2448
Hours Volunteered: 80+
Volunteers: 1-3
Authors Age & Age Range of Volunteers: 18 to 20
Area Restored for Native Wildlife (hectares): 2.8 hectares
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