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Reviewing Ebird Data For The Montana Natural Heritage Program Database

eBird allows birders and scientists alike to keep track of birds on many levels: even a humble backyard feeder list is instantly added to a massive data set that allows us to study long term regional, national and global population trends (and also tell us where we can find cool birds!), among many other things. eBirders around the world contribute more than 100 million bird sightings annually, and eBird participation has been increasing by about 20% every year. Read more about Bo processing eBird data into the Montana Natural Heritage Program database below!

Reviewing Ebird Data For The Montana Natural Heritage Program Database  By Bo Crees

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Legislative Action Alert: January 14th, 2021

It is week two of the 2021 legislative session and bills are being introduced continuously. …

Clark’s Nutcracker and Whitebark Pine: A Fascinating Partnership

The species most dependent on whitebark pine for survival is the Clark’s Nutcracker. The whitebark…

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