Bonney Butte Update

09 September 2013
Count update from Bonney Butte field crew: Here is a photo of the updated count board as of yesterday. It has been pretty slow lately and we were weathered out most of Thursday and all of Friday. We have been pretty busy trying to weed out migrants from residents.

Commissary Ridge Update

08 September 2013
The pacific storm that was blasting Bonney Butte and Chelan the later part of last week made its way to Commissary over the weekend.

Goshutes Update

06 September 2013
Update from Goshutes field crew: The early migration at Goshute has offered a classic mix of falcons and accipiters, with plenty of adult Red Tails and Swainson's thrown in. The weather has been incredibly consistent with beautiful but slower mornings leading to the inevitable afternoon thunderstorms. The passing weather cells…

Bonney Butte Update

06 September 2013
Field crew Jade and Andrew holiday a Prairie Falcon caught on Monday before being released.

Bonney Butte Update

06 September 2013
A pacific system has been hammering the northwest coast yesterday and today. Here is a picture by Jade of the system rolling in over Mt. Hood.

Goshutes Update

06 September 2013
HWI citizen science volunteer and supporter Tom Jones took a recent trip up to Goshutes and shared this panoramic landscape shot.

Chelan Ridge Update

06 September 2013
Chelan had a few lightening strikes on Friday. Happy to report the field crew is all safe.

Manzanos Update

05 September 2013
Thanks to Ian Dolly, Interpreter for the Manzano Mountains, NM migration site, for sharing these photos of the field crew from the past few days.

Chelan Ridge Update

04 September 2013
From the Chelan Ridge field crew: Meet the Chelan team! We have enjoyed a great first week of the season. The flight numbers have been relatively low, though this is expected at the beginning of the season. On Saturday, August 31st, we experienced an incredible day. We counted 21 birds…

Goshutes Update

02 September 2013
Picture of Goshutes lead bander, William, releasing a Red-tailed Hawk back on its southern journey after being measured.