35 Years: Sounding the Alarm: How Migration Data Alerted to Declines in Golden Eagle with Dr. Steve Slater

35 Years: Sounding the Alarm: How Migration Data Alerted to Declines in Golden Eagle with Dr. Steve Slater

This year marks our 35th anniversary, which means that we have been gathering migration data for 35 years in the American west! One of the benefits of collecting data over a long period of time is being able to detect population trends more accurately. Long-term monitoring allows us to identify species declines, and as a result, start conservation projects to better understand the threats species are facing. Our Golden Eagle projects are a direct result of the information we gathered during our migration seasons. Learn from Dr. Steve Slater, our Conservation Science Director, on how we discovered this decline and what projects we have undertaken to be a part of the solution. 


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Many thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible—UAMPS, Kaddas Enterprises, Antczak Polich Law, Rocky Mountain Power, Terracon, Enyo Renewable Energy, and Tab Bank. 

 

Event Details

Event date October 28, 2021 6:00 PM
Event End Date October 28, 2021 7:00 PM