state of the birds report released
Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at 8:39PM
Administrator in advocacy

Prairie Warbler on the West Rutland Pleasant St. powerlineThe 2011 State of the Birds report, just released, focuses on the role of public lands in maintaining bird populations. Produced by several partners, including the National Audubon Society, the research relied in part to data at eBird. Thanks to eBirders, here in Vermont and across the United States, our bird sightings will be used to inform the public and policy makers about the needs of the birds we love and their habitat. 

Rutland County Audubon and the other Audubon chapters in the state have pledged this year to once again contribute to the support eBird in Vermont, hosted and maintained by the Vermont Center for Ecostudies

A copy of the State of the Birds Report can be viewed or downloaded by clicking here.

Article originally appeared on Rutland County Audubon Society - Birds and Bird Watching in Rutland County, Vermont, USA (http://rutlandcountyaudubon.org/).
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