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Bill Route

Eagle Project Manager

National Park Service

HQ Phone:  (202) 827-8960

Direct Phone: (715) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

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National Park Service

1500 South Capitol Street, SE

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20003

United States

Company Description

More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America's 413 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. The National Park Service has cared for the... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Wildlife Biologist At the

International Wolf Center


Program Manager and Ecologist

Great Lakes Inventory


Wildlife Biologist

IWC


Web References(33 Total References)


PamRotella.com BREAKING NEWS that matters - News archive for week ending 7 April 2012

www.pamrotella.com [cached]

"The eagle population is increasing and highly productive" in the area, said Bill Route, an eagle project manager for the National Park Service.
Aerial counting isn't precise, but the 36 nests counted in late March are up from 28 last year and 30 in 2010, he said.


www.nationaleaglecenter.org

Researcher Bill Route will discuss his work banding eagles as a part of research examining trends in environmental contaminants such as mercury, pesticides, and flame retardants.
Bill Route is currently the program manager for the National Park Service's Great Lakes Inventory and Monitoring Network. Second floor classroom. Researcher Bill Route will discuss his work banding eagles as a part of research examining trends in environmental contaminants such as mercury, pesticides, and flame retardants. Bill Route is currently the program manager for the National Park Service's Great Lakes Inventory and Monitoring Network. Second floor classroom.


H20Notes - Newsletter

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That compares to 28 last year and 30 in 2010, said Bill Route, an eagle project manager for the Park Service.
"The eagle population is increasing and highly productive" in the area, said Route, who cautioned that aerial counting isn't an exact science. more...


www.wtov9.com

That compares to 28 last year and 30 in 2010, said Bill Route, an eagle project manager for the Park Service.
"The eagle population is increasing and highly productive" in the area, said Route, who cautioned that aerial counting isn't an exact science. Each eagle pair in the area generally produces two eaglets a year, according to a Minneapolis Star Tribune report (http://bit.ly/Idbzgbhttp://bit.ly/Idbzgb ). But many nests between St. Paul and Hastings have three eaglets, Route said, which means the river is clean enough to produce plenty of fish and fowl.


Spooner Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce Area Travel Planning, Lodging and Recreation Information for Northern Wisconsin Vacations - Announcements

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Bill Route, National Park Service Biologist, will be giving a presentation
on his wilderness canoe trip down the Back River this Friday April 8, 2011 starting at 6:30 pm in the canoe shop of the Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum (312 N front St) in Spooner WI. If you are interested in attending please join us as Bill takes us down the Back River by canoe. We will open the doors around 6:30 and Bill will begin his presentation at 7:00 PM.


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