Great Lakes Piping Plover Recovery Effort

A partnership to study and conserve this migratory shorebird's endangered population between UMN, USFWS, USGS, NPS, DNR, more & You!

Local students help us protect GLPIPL

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A group of Leelanau County students helped us, via Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, put up signs and rope fencing at one of our historical breeding sites to help alert visitors to give GLPIPL in the area some needed space so they can successfully raise their young this summer.

Check out this link for the full story and a short video.

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One thought on “Local students help us protect GLPIPL

  1. Great work, fantastic to see ‘community conservation’ at work. This is the sort of project that is the future of conservation, especially projects revolving around beach nesting birds like the Piping Plover and other vulnerable shorebirds.

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