In 2017 National Biodivesity Parks, Inc. continued its research for potential, sustainable biodiversity projects by surveying Ghana. Many areas of the country were visited with extensive information, data and contacts gathered. Ghana’s
Project Description: Increase various stakeholders ability to acoustically analyze bird songs and by the corollary of species richness, directly gage the results of the recent, pivotal, ecological restoration of the forest in South Mountain Reservation.
American Redstart Rahway River Watershed Association with help from National Biodiversity Parks organized a public field trip to the 433- acre, Ash Brook Reservation, Scotch Plains, NJ on 4/29/2017. We recorded approximately 61 species, most
Field Trip – Permit Provided-Thursday June 30th, Pequannock Watershed and area. FINAL INSTRUCTIONS for 9 PM Weds. No changes, meet 0700 Thurs at Echo Lake lot (per map link below). No more updates. Wear earth
Sometimes when you live close to a special place you tend to take it for granted. Myself and others have never or only recently visited Niagara Falls or the Statue of Liberty. Similarly we
This was a quickly planned expedition spurred by the presence of two unusual bird species for the North American ABA (American Birding Association) area. Zenaida Dove and Black-faced Grassquit, both Antillean species, were amazingly
Twelve of us gathered our vessels in the early morning of 10/10/15 to again perform a designed Diamondback Terrapin survey. Over a decade ago I was surprised to view a few distant terrapin
The lower Rahway River is a unique urban habitat that is under threat. One of the animals that continues to survive in this area is the Diamondback Terrapin. Thank you for helping us study our valuable