What is expected in reports if I'm awarded a grant?

Grant reports should include:

  • General Information, such as date submitted and by whom.
  • Summary addressing the main findings, outcomes and successes of the project in 500 words or less.
  • Description of the project’s major goals and objectives, and how each was accomplished.
  • Description of the impact your findings and/or accomplishments will have on conservation. Also include partnerships or collaborations that were created as a result of the project, and whether your findings and/or accomplishments influenced existing conservation/research priorities or policy.
  • Description of the long-term implications of the project and next steps.
  • Meaningful experiences/stories from the project that illustrates its impact/accomplishments. Additionally, include copies of published reports, journal articles, popular media articles, etc. if applicable.
  • If possible, include photographs that describe the project. Please number photographs and include appropriate captions for each which detail basic information about the activity, animal or habitat in the photo, the picture’s significance, any people in the picture, and the photographer’s name (for photo credit).

Information provided in reports may be posted on Wildlife Acoustics' website. If requested, Wildlife Acoustics will delay posting project summaries to keep research confidential until official publication.

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