Our friends over at Partners In Flight posted this very cool blog item on how researchers are using the Motus Wildlife Tracking System to track bird movements -- including those of the Kirtland's Warbler. https://partnersinflight.org/the-motus-wildlife-tracking-system-working-collaboratively-to-cover-more-ground/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-motus-wildlife-tracking-system-working-collaboratively-to-cover-more-ground
The Michigan DNR has made a 597-acre parcel to Pigeon River Country State Forest in Montmorency County. Some areas of the purchase will be prime Kirtland's Warbler nesting sites.
Affectionally referred to as "The Big Wild," the state forest is largest block of undeveloped land in the Lower Peninsula. https://mynorth.com/2020/03/northern-michigans-big-wild-is-getting-bigger/