Rebound, succession, fish&wildlife, and aviation on our frontyard wetlands
In 2011, Jeff Sauer at Juneau Audubon asked for a presentation in their monthly series to summarize what I’d learned with Bob Armstrong and Mary Willson, during several studies conducted on Taashuyee, river-&-tideflats (Mword Refuge &surroundings). As with most of my powerpoint presentations, I also created a ‘canned’ narrated version in proshow for my archives, and to share with anyone who missed the talk. Almost a decade later (September, 2020), a discussion about Refuge politics reminded me that I’ve never uploaded this talk to JuneauNature. Fortunately all the pieces were still intact. So here it is. Apologies for the nine-year delay . . .🙂
Addendum: Some of the slides in this show depicting FAA security radius issues are imprecise and out-of-date. Cellphone apps for drone-fliers now (2020) allow finer resolution for consideration of airspace and its relation to past, present and future habitat values, and options for mitigation/restoration.