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    • Nisqually Reach Aquatic Reserve Community in ActionDaniel HullNRNC4949 D’Milluhr Dr NEOlympia, WA 98516Executive DirectorContact:nrnc@nisquallyestuary.orgwww.nisquallyestuary.org
    • Values associated with a HealthyPuget Sound are essential for Puget Soundsocial and economic well being ofthis and future generations.
    • Puget Sound in Distress
    • What can we do?!
    • Biometric Sonar !Side Scan Sonar!
    • LiDAR Scan of Delta! USGS E. Grossman !
    • Restoration and future partnerships! USGS E. Grossman !
    • Restoration and future partnerships! USGS E. Grossman !
    • High Resolution Bathymetric Scan in 2001!
    • Significant Habitats Unmapped!
    • Research Dives for data!
    • What will it do!  Water-dependent uses, public use & access, sustainable use of natural resources, environmental protection Jacobs Point 80 acres and 1 mile of shore line !
    • Average mean density of all marine bird species! from winters 1993 - 2006, 2008 - 2009.!Species breakdown as follows: dabbling ducks and geese (33%); diving/sea ducks (31%); gulls (12%); shorebirds (13%); grebes and loons (4%); alcids (2%); and cormorants (2%) Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife PSAMP, 2009
    • Nisqually Reach Aquatic Reserve! Action Agenda identifies this area as an important conservation target
    • Aquatic Reserve how do we manageConservation Targets DNR land management activities Community imput
    • Local Opportunity You can help the Nature Center accomplish its mission by becoming a member or volunteering.For more information about NRNC and the Aquatic Reserve Program, go ! to www.nisquallyestuary.org or ! Phone 360-459-0387 ! Email : nrnc@nisquallyestuary.org !