Project:

Northeast Motus Collaboration (#48)
Short name: NE-Motus
Short description: A collaborative effort expanding inland Motus receiver locations throughout the Northeastern United States in support of all projects.
Description: The Northeast Motus Collaboration is a cooperative effort between the Willistown Conservation Trust, Project Owlnet and the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art to increase the coverage of the Motus based network of telemetry receiving stations in the interior of the Northeastern United States.

David Brinker and Scott Weidensaul
Project contact: David Brinker, Northeast Motus Collaboration
Researchers: Alison Fetterman, Willistown Conservation Trust
Chris Neri, Whitefish Point Bird Observatory
David Brinker, Northeast Motus Collaboration
Ian Stewart, Delaware Nature Society
Jim Moore
Jonathan Rice, Carnegie Museum of Natural History Powdermill Nature Reserve
Lisa Kiziuk, Willistown Conservation Trust
Ross Wood, Bird Studies Canada
Sarah Sargent
Scott Weidensaul
Todd Alleger, Northeast Motus Collaboration/Willistown Conservation Trust
Yvette Bordeaux, University of Pennsylvania
Receivers: 35 (table)
Tags: 40 (table)
Species: 18 Northern Saw-whet Owl
Creation date: 2014-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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Private data: Landowner information
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Bird Studies Canada P.O. Box 160, 115 Front St., Port Rowan, ON Canada N0E 1M0
Phone: 1-888-448-2473, ext. 162 Fax: 1-519-586-3532 E-mail: motus@bsc-eoc.org