Small mammal surveys can raise awareness among volunteers and better characterize your wetland. Volunteers detecting and documenting the presence or absence of small mammal species in a wetland develop an enhanced understanding of wetland ecology and produce species inventories that expand what is known about the wetland. And particularly well-documented small mammal surveys can help biologists better understand distributions, habitat associations and population statuses for various species of small mammals throughout the state.
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|Project coordination by the Rock River
Coalition and Suzanne Wade, UW-Extension Basin Education Initiative.
Researched and written by Patrice Kohl