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Tag Archives: field work
A few weeks ago, we reported on a male box turtle that was found on Nantucket. We wanted to give a little history on this turtle as well as an update on his current whereabouts. In June of 2009, the … Continue reading
By Neil Foley, Coatue Ranger and Shorebird Monitor Another Nantucket summer is coming to a close along with a successful shorebird breeding season on Coatue. The landscape changes from Juno and the stormy winter have been noticeable to the NCF … Continue reading
Plants are starting to flower, spotted turtles are moving around and our 2014 field season is in full swing. Each year we hire a crew of seasonal field assistants to help us conduct all of the field work required by … Continue reading
Our 2013 field season is now in full swing and each year we hire a crew of seasonal field assistants to help us conduct all of the field work needed for our many and various research and management projects. This … Continue reading