LATEST FIELD NOTES

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Jeff Clarke's field note reports on a thinning project, reed canary grass transplants, painted turtles, and the first big fire of 2016.

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Eric Rasmussen shares an update and the banding tally from the hummingbird research project.

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RANCH BLOG

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7/6/2016

Teagan Hayes shares insight into why it's ill-advised to snack on blister beetles.

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6/28/2016

Rebecca Durham shares poetry and paintings.

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Set in the heart of Montana’s Bitterroot Valley, MPG Ranch lies on over 9,500 acres of rich undeveloped landscape. Established in 2009, MPG strives to preserve the natural communities that make this area beautiful and focuses on research to restore and protect native diversity. We also lead educational tours and provide opportunities for the next generation of scientists. This site presents live wildlife footage captured with high definition cameras, describes our research on topics from microbes to large mammals, and documents field activities through weekly field notes. We invite you to explore our site, give feedback, and stay up to date on MPG Ranch activities.