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Midwest Avian Data Center (MWADC)

Admin1: Gareth Rowell

Group members: 24

Purpose: Forum of the Midwest Avian Data Center node of the Avian Knowledge Network
Description:

The Midwest Avian Data Center (MWADC) is a node of the Avian Knowledge Network. It is a partnership of people, institutions, and government agencies supporting the conservation of birds and their habitats based on data, the adaptive management paradigm, and the best available science. AKN partners act to improve awareness, purpose, access to, and use of data and tools at scales ranging from individual locations to administrative regions (e.g., management areas, states, countries) and species ranges. (Photo credit: Kirtland's Warbler by Joel Trick, USFWS).

This Group is a place for "how to" questions about using MWADC and also serves as repository for suggestions and ideas about MWADC. 

Information about the Avian Knowledge Network and the MWADC websites:

Please see the Job Board for positions open. Also see the Training, Workshops and Events listings for various bird monitoring, climate and conservation-related activities.

 

  • Midwest Avian Data Center - Version 2.0 is now live

    Started by Gareth Rowell 13 August 2015 @ 12:01pm
    Posted 8/11/15 Dear Midwest Bird Conservation Partners:   I am pleased to announce the launch of Version 2.0 of the Midwest Avian Data Center (MWADC).  After eight months of hard work and dedication, the new website is now...
  • MWADC - Needs for Development

    Started by Katie Koch 29 April 2015 @ 3:46pm Replies (1) Last reply by Katie Koch 29 April 2015 @ 3:47pm
    Please use this discussion forum to post your ideas about how we can continually develop and improve the Midwest Avian Data Center to help you achieve your bird conservation and monitoring goals.  
  • Why I Love Protocols

    Started by Katie Koch 29 April 2015 @ 3:44pm
    (From Gareth Rowell, March 29, 2011)   You could define a "good" protocol as one that meets your monitoring needs now and forever (or, at least, for many years). It would clearly describe your sampling design and all of the operating...