Putting your data to use

A few of the MCSI Steering Committee members led by Rob Stewart have just published a short paper in the Blue Jay (Summer 2017 edition) analyzing the rate of loss and preservation of Chimney Swift habitat in Manitoba. The paper uses data generated by MCSI volunteers over a decade. The information highlights the importance of retaining, and, if necessary, restoring existing habitat for conserving Manitoba’s Chimney Swifts.

You can read the full paper by clicking on the link.

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The Manitoba Chimney Swift Initiative (MCSI) aims to understand the causes behind the decline in Chimney Swift populations and help reverse the trend.