Research and Conservation Program's Map

I have placed a map at the bottom of the blog page that allows you to see the location of only a few Research and Conservation Projects.  This portion of the page is under construction but it gives you a good idea of what to expect to see in the future.  Play with this feature and learn where we do our work.  You can toggle (turn off/on) each layer.  Some layers can be expanded to see more information, for example click on each Notable Tree icon and it will tell you the tree species.  Please feel free to comment on how it works for you.  You can also visit the map at the GeoCommons website:  Wildlife Monitor Map

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