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2017 Loon Census Lake Selection Table
Author(s): WCS
Year: 2017
Publisher: WCS
2017 Annual Loon Census Form
Author(s): Carrianne Pershyn
WCS Adirondacks Newsletter, Spring 2017
Author(s): Carrianne Pershyn
Year: 2017
Using multiple agency perspectives to improve communication strategies for bat recovery from WNS
Author(s): Dr. Heidi E. Kretser
Year: 2017
Description/Abstract: White‐nose syndrome (WNS) is a devastating disease caused by the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans (Pd), which is responsible for killing more than 6 million bats in 32 states and 5 provinces. To encourage recovery of bat populations and to limit spread of this deadly disease, we need effective communication efforts that successfully encourage landowners and the general public to take actions that benefit bats. This report shares the findings of a project that is part of a larger effort of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) to facilitate conservation and recovery of bats affected by WNS by determining how the public reacts to inconsistent messages about bats from wildlife and public health agencies and recommending communication strategies to meet diverse agency mandates.
Full Citation: Kretser, H.E. 2017. Using multiple agency perspectives to improve communication strategies for bat recovery from WNS. Final Report to the Wildlife Management Institute. Wildlife Conservation Society: Americas Program.
Make Room for Wildlife. A Resource for Landowners in the Northern Forest
Author(s): Leslie Karasin, Michale Glennon, Heidi Kretser
Year: 2013
Description/Abstract: An illustrated, full-color brochure to help landowners in the Northern Forest plan for development in ways that respect, maintain, and enhance wildlife habitat and wildlife connectivity throughout the Northern Forest.
Journal/Source: WCS Publication
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Make Room for Wildlife: A Resource for Landowners in the Northern Forest. 2013. Wildlife Conservation Society Adirondack Program.
2013 NY Loon Census Map
Author(s): WCS ACCP
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: 2013 Loon census distribution map
Journal/Source: WCS
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Loon Census map 2013. Wildlife Conservation Society and BioDiversity Research Institute Center for Loon Conservation. 2014. WCS ACCP
2016 Adirondack Annual Loon Census fillable form
Author(s): Carrianne Pershyn
Year: 2016
Publisher: WCS
2013 NY Loon Census results for web
Author(s): WCS ACCP
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: Summary of 2013 Loon Census Results
Journal/Source: WCS
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: 2013 Loon Census Results. Wildlife Conservation Society and BioDiversity Research Institute Center for Loon Conservation. 2014. WCS ACCP
2017 Annual Loon Census Instructions
Author(s): WCS
Ecological Composition and Condition of the Boreas Tract
Author(s): Michale Glennon
Year: 2016
Description/Abstract: New York State is poised to augment its Forest Preserve holdings with the transition of the Boreas Ponds tract to state ownership. The Boreas tract is a 20,578 acre parcel recently purchased in the town of North Hudson on the edge of the High Peaks wilderness. It is the last of a multi-year process of transition to New York State ownership of 69,000 acres of the former Finch Pruyn lands. The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Adirondack Program conducted a scientific analysis of the ecological characteristics of the Boreas Pond tract to inform the upcoming state land classification decision to be undertaken by the Adirondack Park Agency and NYS Department of Environmental Conservation upon its transfer to the state. This analysis examined fine-scale ecological resources within the boundaries of the Boreas tract, and considered the parcel in the larger context of existing Forest Preserve lands in the Adirondacks.
Journal/Source: WCS Adirondacks
Publisher: WCS Adirondacks
Full Citation: Glennon, M.J. 2016. Ecological composition and condition of the Boreas Ponds Tract. Wildlife Conservation Society, Adirondack Program Technical Paper #7
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