Red knots migrate from one end of the earth to the other. But they rely on a select number of spots – and the people who observe them can be a critical aid in their conservation.
June 2015. Nature Conservancy scientist Lauren Alleman with making a vegetation sample plot at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Reserve. Photo credit: © Kevin Arnold
NatureNet Science Fellow Stephen Wood using GPS to mark his soil sampling site on the Conservancy's Staten Island Preserve. (Staten Island, CA. May 2016) Photo © The Nature Conservancy (Cara Byington)
May 2014. The community cleans the days catch of mainly juvenile parrot fish in Caracol. Photo credit: © Tim Calver for The Nature Conservancy
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