The breeding season is in full swing and the banding and gridding interns at the Palomarin Field Station have been busy! Read on to learn more about the birds they have been studying for the past couple of months.
More evidence of the start of the breeding season this month! Spring is just around the corner! Read on to see our highlights from the month of February.
A new year has come! Read on to see a recap of our bird captures in 2019 and to learn about what birds we have caught so far in 2020.
March marks the beginning of the bird breeding season here at Palomarin. New interns arrive to begin their internship, and some of our breeding neotropical migrants begin arriving as well!
Today at our Palomarin Field Station we caught an adult male Western Bluebird. That in itself is something to celebrate. They are gorgeous. But there is a special story behind this particular guy. We don’t catch adult Western Bluebirds very often at Palomarin, in fact this is only the tenth capture from the past 20
Check out what’s been happening at the Palomarin Field Station as the nation has been coming together to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
November marks the beginning of winter banding at Palomarin. This year it also marked our return to banding at Pine Gulch, one of our off-site banding stations located in the Bolinas Lagoon Open Space Preserve. Read on to learn about some of our fun captures this month!
October was a month for woodpeckers and raptors! We had several exciting and unusual captures this month. Read on to find out more!
Fall migration continues…September at Palomarin was busy with birds passing through on their journey south, the departure of some of our breeding birds, and the arrival of some of our wintering birds. Read on to see some of our exciting captures this month!
August marks the end of the spring/summer season and the beginning of fall at Palomarin. It brings with it new interns, as well as some new exciting captures for the year! Read on to learn more.
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