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!
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.
The breeding season continues! May brought more juvenile bird captures, as well as a few unusual captures! Read on to learn more.
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.
2018 continues with more exciting captures of wintering species and some early spring migrants as well!
November marks the beginning of the winter banding internship here at the Palomarin Field Station. New banders arrive along with the last of the wintering migrants.
October was a busy month with capstone projects, North American Banding Council certifications, and lots of banding. Read on to learn about the common, and not-so-common captures and activities last month.
Fall migration was in full swing at Palomarin in September, bringing our regular migrants, and a few rarer vagrant species.
A blue whale brings Palo alumnus Moe Flannery back to Bolinas. Read the blog for details!
Taking the Long View: An inside look at the goings-on at the longest running avian ecology field station west of the Mississippi.
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