Held September 21, 2021, this virtual workshop included 3 scientific presentations and an interactive panel discussion which addressed questions from the audience. Learn about this fire science and management success story where long-term restoration of shortleaf pine-oak woodlands at landscape scale set the stage for the reintroduction of the brown-headed nuthatch to the Missouri Ozarks!

The BHNH introduction is the result of long-term collaborative research and management among partners, including: Missouri Department of Conservation, Mark Twain National Forest, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station, University of Missouri, Ouachita National Forest, Central Hardwoods Joint Venture, and Tall Timbers Research Station.

Click HERE to watch the presentations and panel discussion.