ROOM: Peppermill, Capri 1
Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions has developed as many as 10 years of data in the Rocky Mountain States. More recently, the methodology and partner work has helped generate data in Great Basin States, Arizona, and parts of New Mexico. The data generated over the years is input into the nodes of the Avian Knowledge Network hosted by numerous bird observatories and supported by NGO, federal partners, and state partners. The land managers, such as federal agencies can find the data useful to address many management issues. However, personnel need to be familiar with tricks and tools for accessing the data. Workshop is opportunity for federal and nonfederal parties to learn the “tricks of the trade” in IMBCR data access and management.
Jennifer Timmer of the Bird Conservancy of the Rockies will give training on data access and she is willing to hold a workshop for interested parties. Training starts with an hour of if instruction then remaining time is for hands on learning and testing the learning.
Registrants must bring their own lap top computers.
Space requested for reserving part for 7 – 10 BLM employees plus 20 more participants (fed or non-fed).
Organizers: Jennifer Timmer
Supported by: BLM