May to July marked the busiest time of the season for the spring-summer banders at Palo, and as the summer went on, a shift in captures to mostly young (hatch-year) birds. Read more about the summer happenings at the Palomarin Field Station here.
What do the sounds of nature, including birds, mean to you? How are they used in science? Read this blog by our recent graduate student intern Faiza Hafeez, who studies and reflects on bird communication.
This is a story of an artist inspired by science. Or… it’s a story of a scientist inspired by art. Hmmm, actually, it’s both! This is a story of how beautifully art and science can merge to support a person’s path through life and inspire others along the way.
Check out this new project Palomarin staff have been doing in Point Reyes National Seashore
Check out the goings-on at Palomarin during March and April 2023.
Come explore the exciting new captures and returning birds of our Winter season!
Come explore the exciting new captures and returning birds of our Fall season!
Summary written by Mark Dettling, Banding Supervisor and The Lookers Route Planner and List Keeper. What a great time of year! Out here in Marin County the weather is nice and the birds are migrating. That means it’s time for Point Blue’s Rich Stallcup Bird-a-thon, the 44th! It’s one of Point Blue’s biggest annual
Going from knowing almost nothing about birds to having so much independence in just two months has given me more confidence in myself and my future career in wildlife conservation.
We had a great breeding season this year! Check out the blog to see some of the highlights!
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