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NATURAL HERITAGE NEW MEXICO is a division of the Museum of Southwestern Biology at the University of New Mexico.
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NHNM zoologists conduct field research, inventories, and montoring on sensitive animal species in New Mexico.

 

 

 


Research

  • Foraging and reproductive ecology of wetland birds (Department of Defense)
  • Radio Telemetry study of habitat use by lesser prairie chickens (Bureau of Land Management)
  • Remote sensing of prairie dog towns (NM Department of Game & Fish)
  • Remote sensing to monitor development of the Holloman Constructed Wetland (Department of Defense)
  • Habitat mapping for sensitive bird species at White Sands Missile Range (Department of Defense)

Inventory

  • Birds at Chaco Culture National Historic Park (National Park Service)
  • Invertebrates at Chaco Culture NHP (National Park Service)
  • Herpetofauna and mammals at Fort Union National Monument (National Park Service)

Monitoring

  • Aquatic invertebrates at Holloman Air Force Base (Department of Defense)
  • Grassland birds at Sacramento Mountains bajada (Department of Defense)

For more information please contact Kristine Johnson, Ph.D., Zoology Coordinator.

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