Software to Track Banded Owls

Southwestern Field Biologists swfbtucs at indirect.com
Tue Apr 26 02:14:41 EST 1994


Bionetters,

We are involved in a long-term monitoring and demographic modelling 
project for Mexican spotted owls in southeastern Arizona and have 
accumulated a lot of data. We have been making do with Lotus and dBase 
III to keep track of band numbers, stage class, activity, mortality, 
etc., but are beginning to realize the need for software to use this info 
to generate geneaologies. By the end of this summer we should have about 
140 banded birds, some for as long as four years. There has to be a 
package out there that can keep track of the changing relationships among 
them.

Any help would be appreciated.

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SWFBTUCS at INDIRECT.COM

Frank W. Reichenbacher

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