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Cuckoo surveys are complete!

The Automated Recording Units (ARU) we worked with the University of Montana Bird Ecology Lab (UMBEL), MT, Fish, Wildlife & Parks, and Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute to deploy this summer have sat silently waiting for cuckoo calls since early-mid June. With just a bag keeping them, simple lithium batteries for power, and a strap to keep them secure, we happily retrieved 43 of 44 deployed along the Missouri River.

Read the report HERE!

Written by Amy Seaman, Director of Policy & Science

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