Mark Garland of the Cape May Bird Observatory has built his career around being able to hear birds that nobody else can.
What does CMBO stand for?
CMBO stands for Cape May Bird Observatory
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We have 3 other meanings of CMBO in our Acronym Attic
- Center for Mind-Body Medicine
- Centre of Mechanics of Biological Materials (University of Padova; Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences; Padova, Italy)
- Chemical Mass Balance Model (wastewater management)
- Civico Museo Bibliografico Musicale (Italian: Civic Museum Bibliographical Music; Bologna, Italy)
- Cell and Molecular Biology Major
- Coastal and Marine Biodiversity Management Project (Mozambique)
- Call Me Back Now
- Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience
- Centre for Molecular Biology and Neuroscience (Oslo, Norway)
- Calgary Minor Basketball Officials
- Cell and Molecular Biology Online
- Combat Mission: Beyond Overlord (game)
- Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization
- Configuration Management Body of Knowledge
- Contract Management Body of Knowledge (National Contract Management Association)
- Centre for Management Buy-Out Research (Notthingham University Business School)
- Cape May Beach Patrol (Cape May, NJ)
- Cellular Molecular Biology and Physiology (Georgia State University; Atlanta, GA)
- Center for Molecular Biology and Pathology (North Carolina)
- Certified Medical Billing Professional (designation)
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com Paul Kerlinger was director of the New jersey Audubon Society's Cape May Bird Observatory for seven years and offers a revised edition considering migration.
Ornithologist Paul Kerlinger, former director of the Cape May Bird Observatory, blames other factors: "A new reservoir destroyed foraging and nesting habitat within the wind resource area; the City of Livermore has pushed its boundaries up against the wind farms; and it is beginning to look like the oak trees that exist outside the wind resource area are not coming back due to cattle grazing.
All I can say is I've never seen anything like this place," says Peter Dunne of the New Jersey Audubon Society's Cape May Bird Observatory.