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What does AMBI stand for?

AMBI stands for American Bittern (birds)

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The two plots of land, both about 2-1/2 acres, will be restricted from change, preserving the rural look of the area and providing protection to two endangered species on the property: the Blanding's turtle and the American bittern, a wading bird in the heron family.
Among the more rare sightings: a flame-headed, yellow-bodied western tananger; a secretive Virginia rail, denizen of marshes; and an American bittern, a heron much less easy to spot than the ubiquitous great blue.
ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The exhibit features four colorful habitat dioramas with corresponding taxidermy birds, including the Red Knot, Bobolink, Red-Headed Woodpecker, and the American Bittern.
Not to mention the raptors, shorebirds, passerines, woodpeckers, geese, stilts, phalaropes, yellow-headed blackbirds, American bitterns, redheads and other migrant songbirds you can gaze at through telescopes - or observe with just your naked eyes.
There are 120 nesting birds on the property, 12 miles of trails, and there have been sightings of bobcat, moose, American Bittern and 2,000 other species, Mrs.