Point Blue's Palomarin Blog

Taking the Long View: An inside look at the goings-on at the longest running avian ecology field station west of the Mississippi.

Tag Archive: Varied Thrush

Point Blue Conservation Science: Palo’s Monthly Banding Summary, February 2017

06.16.17
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Even a slow February brings some highlights to the winter banders! Read more to find out what the Palomarin interns were up to!

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Point Blue Conservation Science: Palo’s Monthly Banding Summary, January 2017

06.09.17
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January brings rain and some interesting birds! Check out the blog for more details!

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Point Blue Conservation Science: Monthly Banding Summary, December 2016

06.02.17
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The winter banders encounter a special Ruby-crowned Kinglet and enjoy the beauty of a Varied Thrush. Read on for more exciting captures!

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Monthly Banding Summary, March 2016

05.20.16
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Spring has sprung! We are catching more birds and the birds are starting to nest. Read on to see some more highlights!

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Monthly Banding Summary, November 2015

01.01.16
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November marks a change in the intern crew, the recapture of an infamous Wrentit, and another recapture of a geolocator-tagged Fox Sparrow.

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Monthly Banding Summary, July 2015

09.15.15
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The long summer days persist—breeding season winds down and a lot of unbanded juveniles show up. Activity is notably slower and quieter by the end of month, and the summer season draws to a close.

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