Below is an interactive map of our randomly selected (two-stage cluster selection) bird point-count and plant survey locations. Each location was visited three times annually from May to August, 2010-2014. Zoom in to your area of interest to see more detail. If you click on a point, you can see the longitude and latitude as well as our point identifiers (please reference these if you wish to contact us about specific points).
SHARP in the Maine news for Hg article
SHARP characterizes Hg risk to SALS and NESP
Monitoring paper published!
Living Bird article focuses on saltmarsh sparrows
Jen Walsh receives AOS Early Investigator Award
Whitney Beisler awarded USFWS Biologist of the year!
Roberts et al. (2019) paper reported in TWS….
SHARP PI Brian Olsen in the news
Marsh Habitat Zone Map released!
SHARP postdoc Chris Field is giving a webinar for NOAA on coastal landowner behavior and attitudes
News coverage of SHARP research on the attitudes of coastal land owners towards conservation strategies
SHARP PI on Bird Calls Radio
New study in PNAS shows how understanding the beliefs and attitudes of private property owners is key to long-term conservation of tidal marshes
Infrared video from a Saltmarsh Sparrow nest during a flooding event shows nest flooding, female returning to incubate