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Long-billed Curlew Photo Credit: Bob Martinka

Volunteer for the Curlew!

Are you ready to hear the ‘currlleeee’ of the Long-billed Curlew?  Well, grab your binoculars and get ready, because this charismatic shorebird needs you.  Montana’s curlews will be trickling back into the state in less than two months and we need your help finding as many as possible in and around the Mission Valley! We […]

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Long-billed Curlew Photo Credit: Bob Martinka

February 2016 Program

The Mission Valley Charismatic Curlews, Citizen Counters, and Conservation Collaboration The Mission Valley is one of rich and varied habitats, diverse and complicated land ownership, and growing development pressures. Over the past few years, Montana Audubon and key partners in the area, such as Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes biologists, have built a collaboration focusing […]

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Long-billed Curlew

LONG-BILLED CURLEW IS A MIGRATORY TREAT by Ben Long The Long-billed Curlew is North America’s largest shorebird. It just happens to spend a good part of its life hundreds of miles from the nearest seashore, here in Montana. The curlew is one of the most striking species of birds in the Treasure State. It stands […]

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