Join us for another in the series of Lunch & Learns where we welcome John Jacobs to share about his Red-shouldered Hawk telemetry research. John and his brother, Eugene Jacobs are attempting to determine the breeding range, nest site fidelity, breeding habitat use, migration timing and routes, wintering areas and wintering habitat used by Red-shouldered Hawks (Buteo lineatus) that breed in Wisconsin. Join us for another in the series of lunch & learns where we welcome John Jacobs to share about this important telemetry data and research.
John Jacobs has been passionate about hawks since his early twenties, having studied them since 1971. With a Bachelor of Science degree from St. Norbert College and a Master of Environmental Science degree from UW-Green Bay, he was the Curator of Science at the Neville Public Museum of Brown County, Wisconsin for 32 years. He has been on the Board of Northeastern Wisconsin Audubon Society for more than 35 years, often serving as president. Retiring from the museum in 2013 allowed him to turn his research on Red-shouldered Hawks into a full-time commitment. He and his wife of over 40 years, Mary, have 2 sons and 3 grandchildren and live in Green Bay.
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