Habitat restoration and bird monitoring on the Oneida Nation reservation

Since the early 2000s, the Oneida Nation has restored nearly 3,000 acres of agricultural lands to native wetland, grassland, prairie, and forest, providing important habitat for wildlife and helping to […]

Ranching with Birds

This free webinar is part of the Ranching with Wildlife Winter Webinar Series from World Wildlife Fund’s Sustainable Ranching Initiative Team. Each monthly webinar features regional experts in different species, […]

Using Ecological Forestry to Support Bird Management Objectives

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a monthly lecture series to address […]

Integrating Indigenous Traditional Practices into Bird-Friendly Forest Management

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a monthly lecture series to address […]

Grassland Birds & Conservation

Jenn Simons is an expert on grassland birds and the Southern Driftless Grasslands Project Manager. Jenn has been working in sustainable agriculture and conservation for nearly a decade, most recently […]

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a monthly lecture series to address […]

Conserving Grasslands for Birds and Monarchs

Monarchs share habitat with countless other organisms. In this webinar, Drew Larsen and bird biologist Kelly VanBeek share how conservation of grasslands intersects with the conservation of native pollinators, grassland […]

Stand Level Management: Desired Forest Conditions, Structure and Composition

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a monthly lecture series to address […]

Identifying Raptors in Fall Migration in Wisconsin

The goal of this course is to learn to identify and monitor raptors during migration. We will especially focus on learning how to identify raptors in flight; that is how […]

Wildlife migration, monarch butterflies and you!

Explore the role of citizen scientists in tracking the migration of monarchs, hummingbirds, Barn Swallows, Common Loons and other species across North America with Journey North. Learn how citizen scientists help […]