Search for Owls

11 April
Categories : Mountain Ops
Posted by Scott Pressly

The environmental review for the No Name Basin proposal takes on several aspects. There are wetland reviews, cultural studies, wetlands mapping, wildlife, timber, and several others. The most recent study took place this spring as the wildlife biologists studies the area further for the presence of the Boreal Owl. This study involved placing a few recording devices out in the woods for several weeks. These units have the ability to pick up any sounds made by the owls along with other activity in the area. The units will be evaluated for any data gathered and will be a part of the overall decision making process on the feasibility of this project. Stay tuned for more updates on the NN proposal as they unfold.

Placing a recorder
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