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Update from the First Jerry Liguori Scholarship Recipients

Less than one year ago, on Jerry Liguori’s birthday, we announced the Jerry Liguori Raptor Conservation and Education Scholarship. Since then, our three recipients—one each from the United States, Canada, and Mexico—have made great progress on their projects. From providing interpretive tours to getting people involved in community science, we’re thrilled with all they’ve done …

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Long-term Monitoring Efforts End at Chelan Ridge HawkWatch

May 10, 2023—After 25 years, HawkWatch International has decided to end its long-term raptor migration monitoring efforts at the Chelan Ridge HawkWatch in eastern Washington. During that time, volunteers counted thousands of birds at the research site, thanks to strong partnerships with the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, local Audubon chapters, and the surrounding community.  Executive Director …

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A Snowy Spring: Gunsight HawkWatch Mid-season Update

We are halfway through our spring migration count at Gunsight Mountain HawkWatch! Our counters, Arthur and Cory, sent over an update for you on how this season’s count is coming along—and spoiler alert—the snow never stops! Despite the challenging weather, our counters report some surprises that keep hawkwatching interesting. We are amidst an Alaskan winter …

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