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Conservation Program(s): Developing the Next Generation
Project Title: Bird Monitoring Training Positions for Underserved Community Youth (CA)
Organization: Klamath Bird Observatory
Project ID: 2100.17.055060
Status: Active
Description: Expand an existing riparian restoration research program to include full life-cycle monitoring of yellow-breasted chats breeding along the Trinity River, CA, and improve outreach to underserved communities, especially Native American youth. This program will create two four-month field technician positions to provide training and practical experience in bird monitoring techniques and offer additional opportunities for career development, including mentorship with professional biologists while improving understanding of conservation issues faced by this Species of Special Concern during the breeding and non-breeding seasons.
Award Amount: $39,455.40
Matching Contribution: $39,472.00
Location: Trinity County, along the 63-km stretch of the Trinity River between the Lewiston Dam and the confluence with the North Fork, California
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