Project monitors wildlife on Iowa lands
Seasonal technicians are visiting public lands across Iowa in an effort to monitor Iowa’s wildlife populations. The Iowa Multiple Species Inventory and Monitoring Program is an ongoing research project started in 2006 and is a joint effort between the Iowa DNR and Iowa State University.
The goals of the project are to gather information on the population trends and distribution of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, dragonflies, and butterflies.
Tyler Harms, MSIM biologist working jointly for ISU and the DNR, said this project is a critical part of the effort to conserve Iowa’s wildlife.
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