Webinar: Avian Conservation Science Tools for Strategic Forest Planning
This summer, the US Forest Service invited Klamath Bird Observatory’s Executive Director John Alexander to present a webinar in the agency’s Seminar Series Innovations in Science and Technology for Monitoring, Assessment, and Inventory Efforts. This series focused on innovative techniques that inspire “outside the box” thinking for effective, cost-efficient, and multi-purpose methods to achieve Forest Service goals related to inventory, monitoring, and assessment of natural resources. John’s webinar presentation was entitled, Avian Conservation Science Tools for Strategic Forest Planning: A New Multi-species Approach to Using Focal Species to Inform Us on Forest Condition.
Click here to visit the Innovations Seminar Series website, where you will find recordings of all the webinars in the series, including John Alexander’s webinar which is the third one listed.