The Door County Land Trust will be joined by staff, researchers and volunteers from UW-Green Bay and other community members for Chambers Island BioBlitz, a joint effort to collect information about the island’s ecology. On August 7, 2018, community members will assist researchers and learn to use mammal traps, cameras, bird mist nets and other tools to locate the species. They will collect data on populations, which will be compared to past years for results on possible positive effects of preservation. The Door County Pulse has the full story.
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