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Red-headed woodpecker

An Inside Look at the Leopold-Pine Island Important Bird Area

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Date:
Friday, August 25
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

The Leopold Center
E13701 Levee Road
Baraboo, WI 53913
United States
Phone:
608-355-0279
Website:
www.aldoleopold.org

Can land management bring back the birds? Hear from the Leopold Foundation’s Carl Cotter, Important Bird Area Coordinator, to learn about how bird species are identified and prioritized for habitat management. See how the large-scale cooperative project of the Leopold-Pine Island Important Bird Area (IBA) is engaging diverse partners in this conservation effort to provide and improve habitat for many declining grassland birds such as the red-headed woodpecker, bobolink, and meadowlark. Carl will provide a comprehensive look at the past, current, and future land management strategies implemented on the properties as well as how they were informed.

This event is part of our Brown Bag Series – a 60-minute educational lecture over the lunch hour to stimulate your brain. Feel free to bring your lunch and multitask!

 

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7 people are attending An Inside Look at the Leopold-Pine Island Important Bird Area

  • Paul Brewer
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