Northeast Wisconsin Alliance

EAGLE MONITORING PROJECT

MONITORING DATA

The Eagle Monitoring Project page and most of the pages

 linked to it are public but this page (Monitoring Data)

and the pages linked to it are password protected.

 

The DNR feels some of the information on this page or

 its links should not be displayed on a public website.

  

 

This page is collaborative for eagle monitors so

 

Monitors can add their photos to the website.


 

 EAGLE MONITORS
Winter 2012-2013

If you are an eagle monitor and your name is not
listed or improperly listed, please let us know.
(*) Are those who have monitored since the start of the program.
Thank you for your dedication and support!
 
* MIKE ANNIS
* LEO @ CHERYL ANDERSON
* SCOTTY BAUMGART
The BROULLIRE FAMILY:  CHERYL, TERRY, ELLA & NATHAN
* MARJORIE & GARY CARLSON
* PETE & JAIMIE DENIL
KARL EKBLOM
DAN FALLON
BRUCE FASSBENDER
PAUL FREIBERG
* DAVID & CALEB HASS
ROY IMMEL
* JEFF JOHNSON
* KARL KAUFMAN
JOSH LEWIS
* JEFF MARQUARDT
* RANDY & LORI McSORLEY
JOSH MEACHEM
RANDY MEYER
KRISTIN MIELKE
JOHN MORGAN 
CYNTHIA MUELLER
RICH OVANS
DAVE PECK
JUSTIN RATHSACK
BRETT RADIES
ALVIN REHME
KAY REMMEL
KATHY REYNEBEAU
* CHERYL ROOT
AGRIS ROZITE
 * STEVE & CANDY SCHIMKE
MANDY STANFORD
SARAH SUSTAIN
* SANDRA THEIN
* MICHAEL TURNER
TIM, EDNA, AND GILLIAN ULRICH 
CAROL VALENTINE
BILL WRIGHT


 
 
How to Use This Collaborative Website
 
This is a good place to experiment with building your own web page (see "Create A Link" and "Adding  Your Own Page" below).  It is also is a good place if you only want to share your photos with other eagle monitors since the rest of the world does not have access.
 
You can post whatever you like on pages linked to this page but we would like to keep pages linked to this page primarily focused on eagles and especially on eagle monitoring.
 
If you don't mind letting the rest of the world see (and possibly copy) your photos, you can create a web page linked to the Eagle Monitoring Project web page.  (One way to reduce the value of your photos to others is to reduce their resolution to about 50k...ideal for the web but too grainy for prints.)
 
There's not much a reasonably careful and judicious collaborator can do to damage the page forever.  If you do mess up the page, don't click "Save."  Just click "Cancel."  The site should be preserved as it was before you started so you can start over when you return to the site.
 
A good way to learn how to use this website is to ask us to set up your own web page and create a link from this page.  You can then experiment without fear of doing anything to the rest of the website.
 
 
 

 
                                                                                       Hemi Krueger March 2009
 
 
   SUBMIT DATA
 
 Each eagle monitoring site has its own website (see links below).  Each monitoring site's website provides information about the monitoring site and allows that site's eagle monitors to submit data.  Eagle monitors may access all of these websites for viewing but only the monitors who monitor a given site may make changes (enter data)  at that site  Please be careful when entering data so you do not damage or alter your site's previously entered data.  If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us (see contact information below).
 
Site 0
Kimberly Point Park

Site 1
Riverside Park, Neenah

Site 2
Smith Park, Neenah

Site 3
Jefferson Park, Neenah

 James Island - Tressel Trail, Menasha

Site 5
Fritse Park

 Site 6
Wild One Center

Site 7
St. Mary's Cemetary

 Alicia Park

 Lutz Park

Fratellos - Vulcan Park

Site 11
Lawe Street or Lawrence University Gym

* College Avenue Bridge

 Peabody Park

 Water Treatment Plant

Site 15
Potato Point
 
 Sunset Point - West

* Sunset Point - East
 
 Historical Marker - Little Chute

Island Park

 Doyle Park - Prospect St. - Combined Locks

 Appleton Coated

Site 22
Sanatorium Road

 
 Riverside Park, Kaukauna

 Thilmany

Thousand Island - Near Building
 

 Thousand Island - End of Trail

Riverbend / Deering Rd. Area
 
Boat Ramp - Wrightstown
 
Site 29
Wrightstown Bridge
  
* Not on current list of sites.

  For questions or assistance, please contact:
 
Brian Ewart 
920-321-4000 
  
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