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Hunting

Check Out Our Atlantic Brant Video!

Over 2,300 Atlantic brant have been marked with various auxiliary bands or transmitters gathering data to achieve study objectives. Further details on study objectives and marker types can be found on Fish and Wildlife’s website at: www.njfishandwildlife.com/news/2019/brantstudy19.htm

By Ted Nichols, Supervising Wildife Biologist

Fish and Wildlife is working on a multi-year Atlantic brant study in collaboration with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, Canadian Wildlife Service, and University of Missouri. Check out our video of a study bird’s 1000-mile, 2020 spring migration to James Bay at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jZwXsbAL5w&feature=youtu.be

Brant handling in New Jersey

Michael Stolzman

New Jersey