Seaduck Research Research on waterfowl has always been a priority at Patuxent Wildlife Research Center.
The major formations of the earth’s crust are sedimentary rock beds.
These were formed by rapid erosion, transportation, and deposition by water.
There is no global evidence of long periods of time between these layers or indications that these layers took long periods of time to form.
Its databases house approximately 64.5 million banding records and 4.5 million recoveries of banded birds, providing a wealth of information on the migratory movements of birds across the continent.
Bird Phenology Program The North American Bird Phenology Program, part of the USA-National Phenology Network, was a network of volunteer observers who recorded information on first arrival dates, maximum abundance, and departure dates of migratory birds across North America dating from 1880 to 1970.
SECURE SECURE: is a global network, spanning 26 countries on 6 continents, of Surface Elevation Table-Marker Horizon (SET-MH) stations that provide high-resolution accretion, elevation, and subsidence data across local and regional landscapes.
Patuxent Facilities Modernization Program Critical facilities deficiencies at Patuxent that have developed over decades will be rectified by the completion of the ongoing Patuxent Facilities Modernization Program.
ICON - International Camera Observation Network Camera trap surveys and research studies have generated a voluminous amount of scientific data in the form of animal imagery that often impedes effective interpretation.
State of the Birds Patuxent scientists and databases have played a critical role in development of the State of the Birds reports.