Avian Monitoring Allegheny Highlands - 2015 Summary

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During the summer of 2015, The Nature Conservancy completed the fifth year of avian monitoring for the Warm Springs Mountain Restoration Project in the Allegheny Highlands of Virginia. The project spans 18,000 acres of contiguous lands owned by the Conservancy and the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests.  The monitoring is part of a long-term study of landscape-scale response of avian communities to controlled burning.​