Delaware Bay Estuary Project
Northeast Region
 

Technical Expertise

We often work with partners on projects where our role is one of providing technical expertise, rather than being the lead.  We can provide:

Site visits to assess biological and landscape conditions, and explore management options; synthesizing literature and site visits to develop and help write grant applications; participate in formal grant review panels on behalf of granting agencies; participation in landscape or regional planning efforts that focus on wildlife and habitat resources; visualization and use of spatial data to assess habitats using computer geographic information systems (GIS).

Some examples of our Technical Assistance include:

Shorebirds & Horseshoe Crabs at Delaware Bay

The issue of meeting the energetic requirements of migratory Shorebirds has driven the controversy over management of horseshoe crab populations in the mid-Atlantic region and particularly in Delaware Bay. Read more...

horseshoe crabs
Horseshoe crabs

Haverford Hospital Site

This site is the largest remaining open space in Delaware County. The initial planning phase, funded by the Township and the National Fish and Wildlife foundation will assess terrestrial and aquatic resources to provide a framework for conservation and restoration actions as well as identify challenges and opportunities for sustainable public use. Read more...

St. Josephs at Providence Creek, Inc

We provided technical assistance to St. Joseph's at Providence Creek, Inc. to develop a proposal for submission to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's (NFWF) Delaware Estuary Grant Program for funding to support development of a management plan for a 200-acre site in Clayton (Kent and New Castle Counties), Delaware. Read more...

$1 Million for Cape May Land Protection

We provided technical assistance to New Jersey's Green Acres program regarding habitat value of property under consideration for acquisition. This 164 acre property is located in Cape May, NJ and represented a rare opportunity to protect important migratory bird habitat. Read more...

Last updated: July 18, 2012

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