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The Nightjar Survey investigates the role of habitats on populations Read more »

The Nightjar Survey investigates the role of habitats on populations

The Nightjar Survey Network has both long-term and near-term objectives for collected data. Long term goals are to determine the scale and magnitude of nightjar population changes over time. Near-term goals are to determine the influence of landscape composition on nightjar abundance. Because we also…


Nightjar Survey focuses monitoring on the Mexican Whip-poor-will Read more »

Nightjar Survey focuses monitoring on the Mexican Whip-poor-will

The Eastern and Mexican Whip-poor-wills (Caprimulgus vociferous and C. arizonae, respectively) were taxonomically split in 2010 based on their distinct geography, vocalizations, plumage, morphology and other characteristics. There has always been a long standing tradition of recognizing the eastern and Mexican Whip-poor-wills as unique populations…


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