Video of October 4 USFWS Public Presentation Available Online

Oct 21, 2012 | TAP Updates

The Aransas Project has posted a video documenting the two-hour public presentation by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on the distance sampling methodology in use at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge during the last wintering season.  The presentation was held on Oct. 4, 2012 in Fulton, and includes the formal presentation as well as questions from the audience following the presentation. While there was a great crowd on hand with many well-informed questions, we know that many people were not able to attend.  We hope that this video documentation is helpful to the whooping crane community around the world in staying informed on this critical issue.

The Powerpoint from this presentation is available here.

Update: Video from a similar presentation held at the Refuge is available here.