American bittern


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American Bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus).--This Indiana-endangered species has virtually disappeared as a breeding species from Indiana.
Those enjoying field trips and walking tours did indeed see a pair of American bitterns and hear the northern waterthrush calling.
This parcel adds to a 1,000-acre corridor and will protect habitat for wildlife such as the American Bittern - a state-listed endangered species.
The land has not only been in continuous agricultural use for decades, it is home to the endangered American bittern and other rare and endangered species of plants and animals.
The company has since filed plans for a 36-home subdivision that conservationists say would destroy the habitats of three endangered species, including the American bittern, Blanding's turtle and the four-toed salamander.
The company has since filed plans with the Planning Board for a 36-home subdivision that conservationists say would destroy the habitats of three endangered species, including the American bittern, Blanding's turtle, and the four-toed salamander.
The land is seen as important to the town because, besides being in continuous agricultural use for decades, it provides habitat for the endangered American bittern and other rare and endangered species of plants and animals.
The EIR was good news for environmental groups such as the Audubon Society and the Princeton Land Trust because of their concerns about the American bittern, an endangered species of bird that nests on the property, and the Blanding turtle, a threatened species that lives there.
The land, also known as the Bentley property, is home to the American bittern, an endangered species of bird, and Blanding's turtle, a threatened species.
PRINCETON - About 40 people tried to convince two state officials yesterday that the housing development planned on part of a 168-acre parcel of former farmland would threaten the endangered American bittern and a way of life for residents.
The Bentley property is home to the American bittern, an endangered bird species, as well as Blanding's turtle, which is threatened, and the four-toed salamander, a species of special concern.
Cary said that the Massachusetts Department of Fisheries and Wildlife must approve any development on the property because it is home to the American Bittern, an endangered species.
At the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center, look for American bitterns, green-winged teal or river otters on a wetland interpretive walk or listen for owls on a moonlit night hike.
A number of potential predator species were observed (Black-Crowned Night Herons, American Bitterns, Great Blue Herons, Great Egrets, Turtles and Bullfrogs) but the vast majority were Little Green Herons.
American bitterns wearing transmitters on a bib instead of a backpack will tell John Toepfer, a biologist in Plover, Wisconsin, where this secretive marsh bird spends the winter.
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