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Migratory Bird Joint Ventures across the U.S. are celebrating conservation successes!

The Joint Venture model for collaborative, on-the-ground habitat conservation was established 30 years ago and has been enormously successful in conserving crucial habitat for migratory birds and other wildlife species. See an Atlantic Coast Joint [...]

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2017 Blueprint workshop registration now open

This sea turtle is SO excited about the 2017 Blueprint workshops! The South Atlantic LCC is taking the Blueprint workshop show back on the road! How excited are your cooperative staff? As excited as [...]

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Sneak peek at marsh mapping results

Many of you have been asking about our "Synthesis of High and Low Marsh Mapping" project, which was funded by the South Atlantic LCC back in 2012. We've been working with the project lead, Dr. [...]

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Reflections on the beauty of winter

What a wonderful treat this snow storm has been here in North Carolina...  

By |January 9th, 2017|Categories: Staff Blog|Tags: , |1 Comment

NPS releases Cultural Resources and Climate Change Strategy

The Cultural Resources Climate Change Strategy (CRCCS) was just published on January 6; it addresses climate change across the National Park System and is aimed at helping park managers and scientists plan and implement responses. [...]

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Know about seabirds? Want to help with a new seabird indicator?

Some great new seabird density models just became available.  While the South Atlantic indicator teams have wanted to include a seabird indicator for many years, the big limitation has been having GIS layers that covered the [...]

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