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Road to Recovery 2: Vital Rates Wed 2 Dec Afternoon - Shared screen with speaker view
Brandt Ryder
01:08:40
I think it was overall lambda- but can confirm
Anna Lello-Smith (she/her)
01:27:57
Clark, where do the northeastern wood thrush overwinter, and are those the regions of the nonbreeding range with the highest rates of habitat loss?
Clark Rushing
01:29:28
Yes, the NE birds seem to mainly winter in Nicaragua (Callie can confirm), which overall has lost the most habitat of the non-breeding regions (as we defined them)
Anna Lello-Smith (she/her)
01:29:53
Thanks :)
Brandt Ryder
01:31:28
Yes Clark & Anna NE WOTH winter primarily in Honduras and Nicaragua
Ken Rosenberg
01:42:31
Great summary, Amber, and nice set up for the future study
Ruth Bennett
01:42:54
Great overview, Amber!
Ana Gonzalez
01:59:52
Mike, What kind of habitat are they likely using during the wintering in the northern Chaco? wintering grounds seem to be south of the Amazon, is that right?
Cara Joos
02:19:40
Ducks
Brandt Ryder
02:26:25
Per Guy’s comment I think we are behind on the use of effectiveness monitoring and adaptive feedback in passerine birds. Importantly it should be our imperative to begin these kinds of studies and ensure our management actions have real population impacts and that we iteratively update our actions appropriately.
Brandt Ryder
02:31:01
FYI- Per Guy’s comment I think we are behind on the use of effectiveness monitoring and adaptive feedback in passerine birds. Importantly it should be our imperative to begin these kinds of studies and ensure our management actions have real population impacts and that we iteratively update our actions appropriately.
Holly Garrod
02:32:07
Thanks all for a great session! Yes, the Caribbean region needs more investment!!! We/ BirdsCaribbean submitted a big proposal to USFWS this fall, fingers crossed. Got to jump off now to another meeting but thanks!
Brad Andres
02:32:20
Key will be to link into the large international lending institutions. Audubon and others are making headway. There is a waterbird restoration project in Barbados with IDB funding.
Cara Joos
02:33:44
make sure you have selected all panelists and attendees
Guy Foulks
02:34:05
Sorry....I think I only had access to messages to all panelists...
Adrienne Leppold
02:34:32
General participants have not seen anything in the chat because the default has been that chats just go to the panelists
Amy Scarpignato
02:34:33
website: http://marralab.com/r2rpart2/
Lisa Kiziuk
02:35:36
Thank you for another great day! Incredibly inspiring with so many incredible people working to save birds.
Elly Knight
02:35:40
Thank you all for a great session!
Cara Joos
02:35:59
you are a panelist Tom
Anne Clark
02:36:02
The attendees can NOW see some of chat. Check about the saved version. It doesn’t work backwards…non-directed chat may not be saved.
Anne Clark
02:36:46
Each sender has the choice.
Guy Foulks
02:37:54
To respond to Sarah Kendrick's comment in the Q&A......I do continue to believe that Conservation Investment Strategies can be a way to organize that communal voice throughout the Western Hemisphere...e.ventually.
Sarah Kendrick
02:37:55
Thank you all! Great presentations and info!