Spring really heats up at the Palomarin Field Station! Check out what we’ve been seeing!
Spring at Palomarin brings new interns and new birds!
Signs of spring in February! Check out a few highlights of what we captured during February!
Two birds are better than one! Check out the Palomarin Blog post from January to see some great comparisons!
December was filled with mixed species flocks that foraged throughout the study area and graced our nets. Read on to learn about some fun winter captures.
Although located in a national park, the Palomarin Field Station is still up and running during the shutdown, but it was necessary for the park to close the road to general public access.
November marks the transition from fall to winter banding seasons at the Palomarin Field Station. As we head into the rainy season, we slow down our banding effort from 6 days a week to 3 days a week, and we welcome a new crew of banding interns to Palomarin.
October at the Palomarin Field Station brings a gradual transition from fall migrants just passing through, to winter residents moving in. As the number of fall migrants caught in our nets dwindles, we say hello again to the familiar winter faces of Fox Sparrows, Hermit Thrushes, and Ruby-crowned Kinglets, among others.
September is always a great month at Palomarin, with lots of diversity in the species that we catch, as migratory species are on the move!
August marks the beginning of the fall season at Palomarin. This year, it brought a nice diversity of birds to our nets.
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