Nest Island Monitoring

A couple of days after returning from the Black Oystercatcher trip, I went out to Dusky Camp again to do Artificial Nest Island monitoring. The Artificial Nest Island Project was established in the 1984 on the Copper River Delta as a means to create more nesting habitat for dusky Canada Geese, Read more…

A Week of Welcoming

Last week my days were full of exploring the town of Cordova with a paintbrush in hand. The Shorebird Festival was this past weekend and another intern from Tiera Peninsular and I were on a window painting excursion to help kick off the festivities to welcome the shorebirds. Many other Read more…

Not So Harmless Daisy

Today’s blog is a throwback to earlier this season at the end of May. I have not discussed an important project within the Wildlife and Ecology Department in the USFS Cordova Ranger District Office. To be specific the Ecology Department (we simply call Ecology) focuses on the monitoring and removal Read more…