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  • Illinois Natural History Survey Home
    Reports Read the Latest Issue Species Spotlight Naturalist s Apprentice BREEDING BIRD BLITZ 50 off Breeding Bird Atlas 13 00 savings Sales on other bird related special publications Since 1858 the Illinois Natural History Survey has been the guardian and recorder of the biological resources of Illinois Make a Donation Employment Contact Us News amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp lt a href amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp gt View RSS feed amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp lt a amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp gt Events amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp lt a href http illinois edu calendar pc 1599 1 js amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp gt View RSS feed amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp lt a amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp gt Seminars suggest a speaker amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp lt a href http illinois edu calendar pc 844 1 js amp

    Original URL path: http://www.inhs.illinois.edu/ (2016-02-19)
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  • Illinois Natural History Survey Aerial Inventory
    three years starting this fall FBS teams will fly both the traditional waterfowl survey routes and a new grid survey route every week to test new methods and ensure new habitats are included in the count Traditionally waterfowl have been counted only at high density locations like the Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge said FBS director Dr Heath Hagy But following habitat restoration initiatives expansion of the Conservation and Wetland Reserve Programs and new floodplain restorations like those at Emiquon Preserve and Hennepin and Hopper Lakes birds may no longer only concentrate on historical sites The new grid survey will include historical waterfowl refuges as well as random areas within the Illinois River floodplain Because the grid surveys include random samples some areas may be surveyed only once per week or once every several weeks Others may be surveyed two or three times in one week or even twice in one day Hagy said We are doing our best to minimize repeated flights near hunting parties and bird watchers by adjusting survey times and locations A common question FBS receives is Do the new surveys disturb waterfowl Fortunately we have been able to conduct ground surveys concurrent with aerial surveys and have found that less than three percent of ducks abandon our survey area during our aerial surveys Hagy said so disturbance from our surveys is minimal and likely less than what birds experience daily from boaters and eagles If you see the red and white FBS plane flying low across a lake or wetland feel free to watch and wave If you notice the airplane as you are boating or driving near large groups of waterfowl consider stopping and giving the biologist and pilot a brake as they conduct their counts After the count is completed FBS flying biologist Aaron

    Original URL path: http://www.inhs.illinois.edu/resources/press-releases/aerial-inventory/ (2016-02-19)
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  • Illinois Natural History Survey Medical Entomology
    Research Areas Publications Lab Members Outreach Useful Links News Contact Us Medical Entomology Program at Illinois Natural History Survey University of Illinois The Illinois Natural History Survey s Medical Entomology Program is located at 1902 Griffith Drive Champaign IL 61820 INHS Biennial Report 2014 Final pdf Report to Governor Patrick Quinn and the Illinois General Assembly on Used Tire Management and Emergency Public Health Funds see article download INHS Biennial

    Original URL path: http://www.inhs.illinois.edu/research/medent/ (2016-02-19)
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  • Illinois Natural History Survey Species Spotlight and Naturalist Apprentice
    American White Pelican Black Vulture Prothonotary Warbler Long eared Owl Cooper s Hawk Eastern Meadowlark Horned Lark PLANTS Pitcher Plants Shooting Stars Witch Hazel Sycamore American Lotus American Beech Bird s eye Primrose Bloodroot Bald Cypress Tulip Tree Poison Ivy Compass Plant Mistletoe Bur Oak Columbine Prairie Trout Lily Yellow Bellwort FISH The Common Stoneroller Orangethroat Darter Paddlefish AMPHIBIANS Green Treefrog Mole Salamander Hellbender Gray Treefrogs REPTILES Box Turtles Spiny Softshell Turtle Gartersnakes MAMMALS Plains Pocket Gopher Bobcat Beavers Eastern Mole Little Brown Bat Short tailed Shrew Coyotes Striped Skunk Least Weasel What is a Survey Scientist Minks Bats NON ARTHROPOD Northern Riffleshell FUNGI Jack O Lantern Mushroom The Food Web Story The Legs Have It Chemical Cues What is an Insect What is a Pest Spider Web Maze Insects and Their Young Insect Survival Strategies Up Close and Personal Communicate with Light Nymphalid Search Build a Caddisfly Larva and Case Crayfish Word Search Insect Adaptations Illinois Crustaceans Capture a Garden Spider s Web What s in a Name Shining for Spiders Field Marks of Illinois Butterflies Observing Dragonflies Oating for Orthopterans Rearing Silk Moths Illinois Spiders Insect Specializations Keeping Yourself Tick Free While Exploring What s in a Wetland Passenger Pigeon Colors Illinois Woodpeckers Robin Crossword Puzzle Pelican Math Black Vulture Word Search Animal Homes Made by Humans Dissect an Owl Pellet Hawk Crossword Puzzle Color a Meadowlark Color a Bird Paper Model Traps and Snares Prolific Pollinators Flower Forms Big Trees Floating Flora and Fauna What Tree is That Living on the Edge Dyeing With Plants Making Leaf Prints Trees in Winter Poison Ivy Look alikes Practical Uses of Native Illinois Plants Parasitic Plants and Animals Crossword Make an Oak Tree Collection Draw the Mystery Picture The Anatomy of a Plant The Acrostic Poem Human s Aren t

    Original URL path: http://www.inhs.illinois.edu/outreach/spotlight/ (2016-02-19)
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  • Illinois Natural History Survey Giving
    securing competitive external grant funding these funds are often limited Your support will enable the Illinois Natural History Survey to remain at the forefront of biological research and share our research and data with diverse constituents around the globe INHS Research Fund Donations to the INHS Research Fund provide funding to staff and students for pilot studies for which it might be otherwise difficult to obtain funding Individual scientists or programs can be designated by the donor For more information contact Geoff Levin INHS Student Research Awards To encourage the next generation of biodiversity researchers the Illinois Natural History Survey sponsors competitive grants to support student research projects INHS Philip W Smith Memorial Fund supports research in all areas of natural history More information INHS R Weldon Larimore Jordan Creek Award Endowment Fund supports research in stream ecology More information INHS William H Luckmann Entomology for the Ages Fund is given annually to a student in applied entomology to support travel to a professional meeting More information INHS John K Bouseman Library Endowment Fund supports natural history collections for the library INHS Mobile Science Center Fund supports the operation of The Traveling Science Center which visits schools park districts and

    Original URL path: http://www.inhs.illinois.edu/giving (2016-02-19)
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  • Illinois Natural History Survey Contact Webmaster
    Geological Survey Illinois State Water Survey Illinois Sustainable Technology Center Navigation About INHS Research Collections Publications Library Directions Directory FAQ Shop INHS Referring Path Contact list Contact list CC cms inhs illinois edu cID Contact Webmaster Name Email Message Click the image to see another captcha Verify Illinois Natural History Survey 1816 South Oak Street MC 652 Champaign IL 61820 217 333 6880 cms inhs illinois edu Terms of use

    Original URL path: http://www.inhs.illinois.edu/contact-webmaster/ (2016-02-19)
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  • Illinois Natural History Survey Outreach
    amp lt a href http illinois edu calendar pc 3744 1 js amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp gt View RSS feed amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp lt a amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp gt Links Make a Donation to the Mobile Science Fund Partner Agencies Public education and engagement has been part of the INHS mission for over 150 years We have a long history of publications school and community programs and workshops aimed at bringing the work of our scientists to the people of Illinois LEARN ABOUT ILLINOIS NATURE Animals Plants Fungus Habitats Invasive Species PROGRAMS The Traveling Science Center Speakers Bureau MATERIALS Publications Activities Educational Materials WORKSHOPS Illinois Wilds Institute for Nature classes are multi day field workshops led by INHS biologists on a variety of topics The Corps of Discovery program is a series of workshops designed to teach participants to communicate nature through photography writing and illustration Collections Data Outreach Education Programs Research Resources Services Biodiversity collections Collections databases Ecological monitoring data GIS data Prairies Wetlands Activities Traveling Science Center Animals Plants Educational materials Invasive species partners Publications Speakers bureau Aquatic ecosystems Biodiversity and

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey Resources
    experts OPPORTUNITIES Funding for research employment volunteer donate INHS SEMINAR SERIES Upcoming seminars at INHS online LIBRARY RESOURCES Prairie Research Institute Library EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INHS Science Centers FIELD STATIONS Map and links ASK US Submit a question online FAQ Using INHS digital data Collections Data Outreach Education Programs Research Resources Services Biodiversity collections Collections databases Ecological monitoring data GIS data Prairies Wetlands Activities Traveling Science Center Animals Plants Educational materials

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