Washington Brant Festival
an annual event in April
Satellite Telemetry Project
Follow the 2005 migration of 33 male "gray bellied" brant that have been equiped with satellite and VHF radio transmitters
New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife has a great site about Atlantic Brant.
Shorebirds Sister Schools Program
|This project observes shorebirds as they migrate along the Pacific flyway between their nesting grounds in the Arctic and their wintering quarters in South America. Students use maps, an international discussion group, and daily migration updates from students along the route to track the birds' progress. This site includes classroom activities and other migratory bird information.|
Wildlife Research Center:
Bird Monitoring in North America
An excellent list of migratory bird links.The Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, and NASA are working together on one project to monitor the migration routes of several endangered species using satellite tracking.
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