NEWSLETTER  |  November  2015
Tracking "Chatham": Understanding How Young Shorebirds Find Their Way
Adult Whimbrels have shown to have extremely high site fidelity, returning to the same wintering spot year after year. How do they know where to go? "Chatham," the first hatch-year Whimbrel ever fitted with a satellite transmitter, is helping us understand how naïve birds find the best sites to ensure survival for six or seven months of the year.   Learn more about Chatham's story from Director of Shorebird Habitat Management Brad Winn.
In This Newsletter
My Hope for Paris

Manomet President John Hagan reflects on Paris, sharing his hope for global solidarity, for our climate and our peace. 
 
Innovation in Conservation ... 

and other things I learned in the Independent Sector's American Express NGen Fellowship.   By Assistant Director of Shorebird Habitat Management Monica Iglecia

Preparing the Next Generation for a Sustainable Future

When thinking of the future, we have to consider the next generation of leaders and what rides on the decisions they will make. 

Taking Fisheries to School: A Fisheries Education Workshop

Last month, over 30 people gathered in eastern Maine to find ways to bring fisheries knowledge into local educational programs.

2015 Fall Banding Recap


The nets are down for the season! Learn about birds, tweets and people that made this fall so special.



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