To conserve birds and their habitats across the Río Grande Joint Venture region of the U.S. and Mexico
Scientific Name: Geothlypis trichas
Population: 81 million
Habitat: Breeds in thick vegetation, especially in marshy areas. Winters in a wide variety of shrubby habitats.
During the Rio Grande Joint Venture Board Meeting in Durango, Mexico, Science Coordinator Rebekah Rylander presented a rough draft of a project tracking tool that was created using Esri-based online applications. The goal of the project tracking . . . Read More
During the spring and summer of 2023, the Rio Grande Joint Venture’s science coordinator Rebekah Rylander initiated the joint venture’s first season of monitoring in west Texas and second season of monitoring in south Texas. The 7 treatment . . . Read More