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#116 | North American Grouse Partnership

A conversation with the North American Grouse Partnership about prairie grouse conservation.

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Ted Koch and Jon Haufler of the North American Grouse Partnership (NAGP) join the show to talk all things prairie grouse. From prairie grouse ecology and lekking behavior to habitat needs and conservation initiatives, our conversation provides listeners and inside look at the NAGP.

Tune in to this episode of the Project Upland Podcast for an in-depth conversation with Ted Koch and Jon Haufler of the NAGP.

About | North American Grouse Partnership
“The North American Grouse Partnership (NAGP) is the only conservation organization that advocates for all 12 North American grouse species and their habitats. Our strength is found in three key areas – Science, Policy, and Management. This is demonstrated by the experience and expertise of our Board of Directors and Council of Scientists and is unparalleled in grouse conservation circles. Our goal is to ensure that grouse conservation is guided by science, public policies are beneficial to grouse and that on-the-ground management of lands lead to positive outcomes for grouse.”

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Last modified: September 24, 2020

One Response to :
#116 | North American Grouse Partnership

  1. Richard Cullerton says:

    Excellent interview on an important aspect of prairie grouse management.

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