Date: 1/4/19 8:13 am
From: Iain MacLeod <iain.macleod...>
Subject: [NHBirds] NorthEast Hawk Watch Conference -- March 30, 2019. REGISTRATION OPEN
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Mark your calendars:

NorthEast Hawk Watch is holding its 11th Regional Conference (held every 4 years)

"We ALL Count"
MARCH 30, 2019

This all-day conference will cover a host of topics:

To Brazil and Back: Broad-winged Hawk Migration Ecology and Conservation.
Dr. Laurie Goodrich, Director of Long-Term Monitoring, Hawk Mountain Sanctuary

Dispersal Timing, Migration Routes, and Overwinter Site Fidelity of Breeding Female Peregrine Falcons from New Hampshire.
Chris Martin, Senior Raptor Biologist, New Hampshire Audubon

Urban Raptors, Our Wild Neighbors: Behavioral Ecology of Birds of Prey in Cities.
Dr. Cheryl Dykstra, Independent Researcher, Raptor Environmental

A Kettle of One-Following the Broad-winged Hawk Migration on a Bicycle.
Eric Masterson, Land Program Coordinator, Harris Center for Conservation Education

Journeys: Ospreys, Technology, and an Author.
Dr. Rob Bierregaard, Research Associate, Academy of Natural Sciences, Drexel University

Latest Raptor Population Index (RPI) Analyses Reveal Interesting and Concerning Patterns in Recent Migration Counts.
Dr. David Oleyar, Senior Scientist, Hawk Watch International and Dr. Laurie Goodrich (Laurie will present the program)

"The Wanderer": A Brief Look at the Life History of the Northern Saw-whet Owl From All Seasons of Banding Returns . . . More Questions than Answers.
Larry Fischer, Independent Researcher

Opposing Influences of Mercury Contamination and Anadromous Fish Restoration on Maine's Bald Eagle Population.
Chris DeSorbo, Raptor Research Program Director, Biodiversity Research Institute

You Count: The Importance of Your Counts to Understanding Raptors.
Trudy Battaly & Drew Panko, NEHW Hawk Migration Report Editor & Columnist

For complete details and registration information, go to:

Join us for "the best hawk talks in town"

Iain MacLeod
Executive Director
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center
PO Box 173, 23 Science Center Road
Holderness, NH 03245
Phone: 603-968-7194 x23

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