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Waterbirds Poster Available Now!

Montana Audubon in conjunction with Upper Missouri Audubon Society (UMBA) and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has produced a stunning, large-format poster detailing 18 species of colonial-nesting waterbirds, their natural history and conservation status across the state.

The two-sided poster is an excellent educational tool for schools, ornithology labs and for anyone interested in Montana’s colonial, water-dependent bird species.

For print copies of the poster, contact Amy Seaman at 406.443.3949 or [email protected]

Electronic version is available here: waterbirds-poster-montana-audubon

For more detail about Montana’s Colonial Waterbirds generally, visit this page.

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