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John J. Moriarty

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Senior Manager of Wildlife

Phone: (763) ***-****  
Three Rivers Park District
Mail Correspondance Should Be Routed Through The Administrative Center. PARK DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUARTERS 3000 Xenium Lane North
Plymouth , Minnesota 55441
United States

Company Description: Three Rivers Park District is an independent, special park district established by the State Legislature in 1957. As a special park district, Three Rivers Park...   more

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"John Loegering is a great example ..., 5 Nov 2015 [cached]
"John Loegering is a great example of a certified wildlife biologist and is very deserving of the Jim McDonough Award," says John Moriarty, senior manager of wildlife at Three Rivers Park District in Plymouth, Minn., and winner of the 2010 Jim McDonough Award.
While he has done a lot of upfront TWS leadership activities, John has also logged hundreds of hours in the background making good things happen for the wildlife resource and for people."
For several years wildlife biologist ..., 10 Dec 2012 [cached]
For several years wildlife biologist John Moriarty and Natural Resources Manager for Ramsey County has had his eyes on the sky in search of eagles.
"Right now when they're either still incubating eggs or the chicks are real little the parents are basically sitting in the nest for extended periods of time," said Moriarty.
Moriarty has done several aerial surveys for the National Parks Service. Last month he documented 38 active eagles nests along a 72 mile stretch of the Mississippi National River Recreation Area.
Moriarty explained, "Mainly what were looking for are eagle nests with an eagle sitting on it. So this time of year their still incubating their eggs.
Moriarty added, "Once they mature and set up a breeding territory they can maintain that territory for 15 to 20 years." : Minneapolis, St. Paul, 23 May 2005 [cached]
John Moriarty is a Natural Resources Specialist with Ramsey County who says eagles built the nest last summer high in a half dead cottonwood just west of Highway 61.They laid eggs two months ago.
Moriarty says two weeks ago he and colleagues saw two chicks in the nest.The excitement created by the chick sighting is attracting folks to the part of Keller Park located just north of Highway 36.
Moriarty says the majestic birds have developed regular visitors, “Normally if I stop here at lunch time, we'll have two or three cars that'll pull over and people will come out and tell me their stories of what happened the last two or three weeks when they were here.â€
Moriarty is cautioning people not to stop on the highway, but to view the birds from the safety of Keller Park.
HomeZone: The buckthorn battle, 8 Nov 2001 [cached]
If there were a single buckthorn here and there , it wouldn't be a big deal , said John Moriarty , a natural resources specialist with Ramsey County Parks and Recreation.But there isn't a single buckthorn here and there.It doesn't come in ones..
A sneaky 'seeder'
You have to keep at it , said Moriarty.I look at my buckthorn control like I do my dandelion control.I go out every year and dig dandelions..
It's possible to remove buckthorn from a yard or perhaps even an entire neighborhood.But few believe it's possible to remove it from the state , given the limited arsenal of weapons currently available.On large tracts of land , manual or chemical removal -- where possible -- is extremely time-consuming and can cost as much as $1 , 000 to $3 , 000 per acre.
The Ampersand Club, 1 Sept 2014 [cached]
presented by John Moriarty
John Moriarty is senior wildlife manager at Three Rivers Park District and will be speaking to the club about past and present Minnesota natural history with an emphasis on reptile and amphibian books.
John Moriarty recently co-authored "Amphibians and Reptiles in Minnesota".
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