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Forest Service team shares Wings Across the Americas award

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Tahoe National Forest Wildlife Biologist, Todd Rawlinson among twenty-seven other U.S. Forest Service scientists, land managers, and collaborators, are sharing the distinguished Research Partnership Award, one of four Wings Across the Americas awards. Rawlinson from the Truckee Ranger District received this award for work he did at the Lincoln National Forest. The Tahoe National Forest is grateful to have Todd working as Wildlife Biologist. Each year, the Forest Service recognizes outstanding work by agency personnel and their conservation partners in conserving birds, bats, butterflies and dragonflies. The Wings Across the Americas award acknowledges projects and programs that enhance the conservation and concern for migratory wildlife and their habitat needs in an urban environment. This award was presented May 1 in Washington, D.C. Read more at: https://www.fs.fed.us/inside-fs/fs-team-shares-wings-across-americas-award