Monitoring Avian Productivity and SurvivorshipMAPS
Facts About Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship
The most frequently caught species on the Refuge is the Acadian Flycatcher.
Another top capture is the Kentucky Warbler, which is pictured above.
Volunteers and staff walk an average of 9 miles during a single banding session.
Banding efforts cease for rain, high wind, or extremely hot conditions to ensure the safety of the birds.
Page Photo Credits Kentucky Warbler - rstainfield/usfws
Last Updated: May 23, 2014