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Many national parks exist to protect wildlife - but how do you protect animals like migratory birds that leave a park for six months or more? First, you must understand where they go. The Critical Connections Project based in Denali National Park and Preserve aims to do exactly that.
The project, started in 2015, takes place each summer in Denali National Park - where bird biologists document & tag six different species of migratory songbirds which commonly nest & breed in the park. Using small, lightweight tracking devices called 'geolocators', scientists are able to track these birds across the world to better understand their migration patterns and how conditions across their year-round range is affecting their ability to return to their northern breeding grounds and successfully produce young.
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