Project Cost: $5,000
Project Date: 1984
In 1984, three ODHA Officers flew at their own expense to Alaska’s Copper River Delta. Their purpose was to assist with goose nesting surveys during a period when the dusky Canada goose was in crisis. As a result of that journey, vital input was provided to develop the curriculum that is currently being used for the Pacific Northwest Goose permit test. Later, The ODHA funded to create goose identification videotapes and further educate Willamette Valley goose hunters.