This publication introduces monitoring activities in the eight following areas – frogs and toads, invasive plants, dragonflies and damselflies, butterflies, birds, small mammals, macroinvertebrates and water quality. For the best results, choose monitoring activities that match your goals, resources, volunteer team skill level and wetland type.
With careful planning, wetland monitoring can provide a gratifying experience and foster a greater appreciation for wetlands.
Web site links to informational resources in the pdf publication may change over time. For the most up-to-date links, go to: INFORMATIONAL RESOURCES
|Project coordination by the Rock River
Coalition and Suzanne Wade, UW-Extension Basin Education Initiative.
Researched and written by Patrice Kohl