Platte River Recovery Implementation Program: Wildlife Management
May 23 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Join Conservation Nebraska and Kari Mohlman, with the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program and the Headwater Corporation, for an event on wildlife management around the Central Platte River.
The Platte River Recovery Implementation Program (PRRIP), is focused on enhancing, restoring, and protecting habitat for their target species along the Central Platte River though adaptive management. In this event, we will be focusing on the piping plover and interior least tern monitoring and management projects. The management objective for these species is to improve their reproductive success along PRRIP’s Associated Habitat Reach. This reach stretches between Lexington and Chapman, Nebraska.
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Kari Mohlman has been with PRRIP/Headwater since 2015, and has had the opportunity to assist with various aspects of the PRRIP’s interdisciplinary research dealing with water, land, and monitoring of our endangered and threatened target species. Her primary responsibility is as the lead for the piping plover and interior least tern monitoring and management project, two species that nest along the central Platte River during the summer.