2013 KBO Trinity Interns

Klamath Bird Observatory’s 2013 Trinity Interns monitored birds in habitats along the Trinity River in northwestern California. Our dedicated interns mapped the territories of songbirds, conducted vegetation surveys, and searched for and then monitored bird nests to evaluate reproductive success of birds in these habitats. Klamath Bird Observatory partners with the Trinity River Restoration Program and uses birds as ecological indicators of restoration success.

Pictured here, from left to right, are Nathan Trimble, Lauren Granger, Sarah Rockwell (KBO Research Biologist), Ellie Armstrong, David Lumpkin, and Tomás Setubal.


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