Lessons of a Little Accipiter

February 3, 2011
with Kent Woodruff, USFS Wildlife Biologist and bat expert

5:30-7:30pm at the North Cascades Basecamp in Mazama.

This presentation is part of our Thursday Night Presentation and Soup Night Winter Series.  Sharp-shinned hawks are by far the most abundant predatory bird in the western United States, yet they are rarely seen, except in migration. Since 1997, a dedicated partnership between the US Forest Service and HawkWatch International has collected abundant data about their southward movements and wintering areas from a rocky mountain top at the south end of the Methow Valley. There are some surprising lessons this small hawk has given to one veteran biologist…

Seasonal vegetarian soup dinner begins at 5:30pm- $5.00 per person
Presentation begins at 6:00pm

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