This presentation will review recent results from Hawk Mountain Sanctuary’s research program. The audience will witness how they manage to monitor these highly mobile and unpredictable predatory birds throughout consecutive years via a slide show depicting field work situations.
JF Therrien grew up in Sherbrooke, Canada, about 30 minutes from the border with Vermont. He has a bachelors degree in biology at the Université de Sherbrooke (2003), a masters degree in biology at Université Laval, Canada (2006) and a Ph.D. in biology at Université Laval, Canada (2011). He has been the Senior Research Biologist at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary since 2011, working on various aspects of raptor conservation science such as satellite tracking of Peregrine Falcons, Turkey Vultures and Snowy Owls, monitoring American Kestrel breeding populations and monitoring raptor migration around the globe.
This program is FREE but registration on Zoom is required to get the link to join.
For those that cannot join on Zoom, we will stream the session LIVE on our Facebook page.