Date: 1/8/19 5:14 am
From: d pan <birdmandan813...>
Subject: [wisb] Ecology and decline of the american kestrel- Milwaukee County
This Wednesday at the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center-
Event is free and open to the public with plenty of parking.
American Kestrel populations are experiencing long-term declines in North
America. The causes of the declines are unknown, largely because of
insufficient data. William Mueller, Director of Western Great Lakes Bird
and Bat Observatory <https://wglbbo.org/> will present the latest data. The
Western Great Lakes Bird and Bat Observatory has joined the American
Kestrel Partnership, spearheaded by The Peregrine Fund to monitor these
birds. The Partnership is an international research network designed to
generate data, models, and conservation plans for kestrel habitat and
populations at large spatial scales. The two kestrels (one male and one
female) from the Center’s Raptor Program will make a special appearance.


Dan Panetti

Milwaukee county

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