Habitat and Population Evaluation Team
Mountain-Prairie Region

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The Habitat and Population Evaluation Team (HAPET) provides biological support to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service Wetland Management Districts, National Wildlife Refuges, and partners for the Prairie Pothole Joint Venture (PPJV).

HAPET was established in 1989 with the original focus of coordinating a waterfowl population and production survey (Four-Square-Mile Survey) and use computer models to assist in waterfowl related issues.  HAPET has since expanded to include most migratory birds that use the Prairie Pothole landscape as breeding habitat.

The Prairie Pothole Region
Last updated: May 8, 2013