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Consulting Services: Partnerships
Consulting Services: Partnerships

BRI's Research Capabilities

At the core of BRI's mission is a collaborative approach to wildlife research. BRI's diverse team of experienced field biologists work in arctic, temperate, and tropical regions to provide rigorously collected scientific data to decision makers at home and abroad for the effective management of natural resources. 

Blending Complimentary Strengths

Blending Complimentary Strengths

A new partnership with Tetra Tech allows BRI to expand its reach of scientific study.

BRI's partnership with Tetra Tech, a leading provider of consulting and engineering services for government and commercial clients, blends complimentary strengths to build trust, foster learning, and craft creative solutions to pressing ecological issues.

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BRI's Research Capabilities

BRI's Research Capabilities

A leading conservation organization in the northeastern United States with active interests locally, regionally, and internationally, BRI offers a wide variety of technical expertise that includes:

  • Capture and tagging of birds, bats, and other small mammals
  • Radio and satellite telemetry deployment/monitoring/analysis
  • Acoustic bird and bat monitoring
  • Species inventories/censuses (terrestrial and aquatic)
  • Nocturnal and diurnal migration movements
  • Identifying migration and movement corridors
  • Population productivity and survival estimates
  • Ecological modeling
  • Endangered species surveys
  • Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) studies
  • Information retrieval and synthesis
  • Spatial extent and patterns of individuals marked with VHF/satellite transmitters
  • Identify spatial extent of contaminants
  • Assess distribution and potential impacts of contaminants in ecosystems and populations
  • Data consolidation from various sources into one single integrated tool
  • Natural resource planning 
  • Migration pattern analysis
  • Habitat modeling and conservation plans
 
Photo Credits: Header images: Nest capture © BRI-staff; Tagging Black Guillemot with geolocator © BRI-Jennifer Goyette; Telemetry monitoring © BRI-Jennifer McKay; Peregrine Falcon with satellite backpack © Al Hinde.
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