AUA ACE Participates in Conservation of White Stork Population

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YEREVAN, Armenia – As the American University of Armenia (AUA)’s Acopian Center for the Environment (AUA ACE) continues its engagement in the conservation of Armenia’s white stork population, the project has sparked the interest of CivilNet.

The most recent activity on storks is collaboration between AUA ACE, the Max Plank Institute of Ornithology in Germany, and residents of the Ararat Plain. The team is currently conducting a migration study, tracking migration patterns of a group of white storks using data from GPS devices placed on storks. For the CivilNet coverage, please click here.

The AUA Acopian Center for the Environment (AUA ACE) is a research center of the American University of Armenia. AUA ACE promotes the protection and restoration of the natural environment through research, education, and community outreach. AUA ACE’s focus areas include sustainable natural resource management, biodiversity and conservation, greening the built environment, clean energy and energy efficiency, as well as information technology and the environment.

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