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BOBOLINK PROJECT

208 South Great Road

Lincoln, Massachusetts,01773

United States

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The Bobolink Project is a non-profit research program originally developed by researchers at the University of Rhode Island, the University of Connecticut, and the University of Vermont. In 2016 the project was expanded, and is now collaboratively coordinated ...more

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Conservation Program Manager

Audubon Vermont


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Mark LaBarr is the Conservation Program Manager for Audubon Vermont.


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Mark LaBarr E-mail: mlabarr@audubon.org Mark LaBarr is the Conservation Program Manager for Audubon Vermont.


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Mark LaBarr
Mark LaBarr Mark LaBarr is Conservation Biologist and Program Manager and oversees conservation projects for Audubon Vermont including the Champlain Valley Bird Initiative and the Endangered Species Recovery Project. As a biologist Mark's focus is on the Common Tern Recovery Project as well as efforts to better understand breeding populations of Golden-winged Warblers and other grassland and shrubland obligates in the Champlain Valley. Mark has a master bird banding permit and runs the Audubon bird banding station at the Green Mountain Audubon Center. Mark works in close cooperation with partner agencies and organizations such as the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the University of Vermont. Mark is the Chair of the Scientific Advisory Group on Birds for the VT Endangered and Threatened Species Committee, and served on the Bird Technical Committee for the State's Wildlife Action Plan. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Wildlife Biology from the University of Vermont and a master's degree in Education from St. Michael's College. Selected publications LaBarr, M. S. 1996-2014. The Breeding Status of Common Terns in Vermont. Yearly unpublished reports to the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife. Audubon Vermont, Huntington, VT. LaBarr, M. S., M. Fowle, J, Disorda, C. Peterson. 2015. Collaborating To Enhance Habitat for Priority Birds in Vermont's Champlain Valley. Proceedings of the 2015 Environmental Right of Way Management Symposium. LaBarr, M. S. 2003. The Vermont Grassland Bird Management and Recovery Plan. Audubon Vermont, Huntington, VT. LaBarr, M. S. 2003. Vermont's Important Bird Areas. Unpublished report. Audubon Vermont, Huntington VT. LaBarr, M. S. and C. C. Rimmer. LaBarr, M. S. 1996. The Vermont Common Tern Recovery Plan. Unpublished report. Vermont Institute of Natural Science, Woodstock, VT. LaBarr, M. S. and C. C. Rimmer. LaBarr, M. S. and D. Ainley. 1985. Depth distribution of Harbor Porpoise off Central California. Contract report to the National Marine Service No. 41 USC 252.


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