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Recent Field Notes entries featuring multimedia
The Indiana bat - down for the count, but not out!
2019 Indiana Bat 5-Year Review
1st Annual Backyard Bumble Bee Count Project
Learn how to join Backyard Bumble Bee Count!
Spreading the word on not spreading invasives - an effort to support NRDA restoration in Michigan
Enbridge Oil Spill NRDA website with link to report on this effort.
Going to Bat for Bats: New Guidance for Bat-friendly Forest Management
BFMP Guidance Document on national WNS website
Northeast Wisconsin event promotes pollinator habitat
Local news station's coverage of the pollinator event.
A year of rusty patched bumble bee observations - still hope in the core area for the species
rusty patched bumble bee information
International Migratory Bird Day celebration at Labagh Woods in Chicago
Bird the Preserves facebook page
2017 Indiana bat population estimates

KODIAK: Hitting the Pavement with Salmon (Pop-up Salmon Camp)
Hear the youth of the Kodiak Refuge Salmon Camp describe camp and find out what question stumped the campers.

TETLIN: Lynx travels over 250 miles from Yukon Territory, Canada, to Kenny Lake, Alaska
Instagram page for the Northwest Boreal Lynx Project with photo, video, and project updates
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