U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Blog Cites Research by UMaine Students

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region blog, “Conserving the Nature of the Northeast,” cited research by two University of Maine students in the blog post “Birdseye view: Avian science meets hurricane recovery.” The article focused on studies by the Saltmarsh Habitat & Avian Research Program (SHARP), a collaborative effort between the Fish and Wildlife Service and several other academic, governmental and privately funded partners that aim to provide critical information for the conservation of tidal-marsh birds. The article cited research for the SHARP program conducted by UMaine students Mo Correll and Meaghan Conway, who are working on the project with Brian Olsen, an assistant professor of biology and ecology.