It was my experiences as a hawk counter that first drew me to studying raptors as a master’s degree student at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
Because birdsAbout AOS
When hungry sea lions started using an important wetland in Chile like an all-you-can-eat swan buffet, local authorities were taken by surprise.
New research shows that fall migration patterns have been shifting over time.
Why AOS Now?
Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit/University of Wyoming
AOS Elective Councilor & Conservation Committee Co-Chair
“A world without birds and other wildlife would be much less enchanting. So, never has our work designed to better understand the ecology and behavior of birds been more important — as continuing human population growth and associated habitat loss and change influence birds both directly and indirectly.”