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Ohop Wildlife Monitoring Project

The Ohop Wildlife Monitoring Project

is part of the

Ohop Valley Restoration Project

and is coordinated by the

Tahoma Audubon Society, Nisqually Land Trust,


Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

Open the Ohop Wildlife Monitoring Project website



Volunteers are needed to help conduct citizen science surveys on Nisqually Land Trust property on the Ohop Creek, located in the Nisqually River Watershed in south Pierce County, WA. Citizens knowledgeable in identifying local birds, mammals, and/or amphibians are needed to help us collect baseline data on present species. A major reconstruction and restoration project will commence in the summer of 2009, and the data collected this year, using Nature Mapping, will help us measure the success of this future restoration project. No experience necessary!


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Topic - salmon habitat

Audience -

Location - Ohop Valley, Pierce County, Nisqually

Goals - restoration, research



Krystal Kyer, Conservation Coordinator, Tahoma Audubon  email Krystal


Jessica Moore, Education Program Coordinator, Northwest Trek Wildlife Parkemail Jessica


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