Spring Survey Receives National Media Attention in Canada

A ground crew survey member scans for ducks. Credit: Chris Bolin / www.chrisbolin.caThe Globe and Mail, Canada's largest-circulation national newspaper, recently spent some time with the air and ground crews that are conducting the Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey and have given their story a wider audience in the May 19th edition of the newspaper. The full story includes an insightful article and photos as well as an accompanying video that captures the daily efforts of the crew members who you'll recognize from the flight logs they file on this very website.

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