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New Results from the Loleta-Ferndale Winter Raptor Survey with Ken Burton Online

When: Fri., Jan. 14, 7-8 p.m. 2022
Phone: 707-267-4055
Price: free
Redwood Region Audubon Society invites you to learn about the impressive diversity and number of raptors here in the winter. Ken Burton will present the results of the winter raptor count he has carried out in Loleta and Ferndale since 2007. He will discuss trends observed over the years, and describe mapping analyses conducted by HSU graduate student, Holli Pruhsmeier. Ken is a local ornithologist, tour guide, and the author of Common Birds of Northwest California and A Birding Guide to Humboldt County. Ken currently is a lead biologist on Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Enhanced Vegetation program.


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