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>> Mark your calendars: 
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>> NorthEast Hawk Watch is holding its 11th Regional Conference (held every 4 years)
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>> “We ALL Count”
>> MARCH 30, 2019
>> HOLYOKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, HOLYOKE, MA
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>> This all-day conference will cover a host of topics:
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>> To Brazil and Back: Broad-winged Hawk Migration Ecology and Conservation.
>> Dr. Laurie Goodrich, Director of Long-Term Monitoring, Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
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>> Dispersal Timing, Migration Routes, and Overwinter Site Fidelity of Breeding Female Peregrine Falcons from New Hampshire.
>> Chris Martin, Senior Raptor Biologist, New Hampshire Audubon
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>> Urban Raptors, Our Wild Neighbors: Behavioral Ecology of Birds of Prey in Cities.
>> Dr. Cheryl Dykstra, Independent Researcher, Raptor Environmental
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>> A Kettle of One—Following the Broad-winged Hawk Migration on a Bicycle.
>> Eric Masterson, Land Program Coordinator, Harris Center for Conservation Education
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>> Journeys: Ospreys, Technology, and an Author.
>> Dr. Rob Bierregaard, Research Associate, Academy of Natural Sciences, Drexel University
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>> Latest Raptor Population Index (RPI) Analyses Reveal Interesting and Concerning Patterns in Recent Migration Counts.
>> Dr. David Oleyar, Senior Scientist, Hawk Watch International and Dr. Laurie Goodrich (Laurie will present the program)
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>> “The Wanderer”: A Brief Look at the Life History of the Northern Saw-whet Owl From All Seasons of Banding Returns . . . More Questions than Answers.
>> Larry Fischer, Independent Researcher
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>> Opposing Influences of Mercury Contamination and Anadromous Fish Restoration on Maine's Bald Eagle Population.
>> Chris DeSorbo, Raptor Research Program Director, Biodiversity Research Institute
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>> You Count: The Importance of Your Counts to Understanding Raptors.
>> Trudy Battaly & Drew Panko, NEHW Hawk Migration Report Editor & Columnist
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>> For complete details and registration information, go to: http://www.battaly.com/nehw/conference/
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>> Join us for “the best hawk talks in town”
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>> Iain MacLeod
>> Executive Director
>> Squam Lakes Natural Science Center
>> PO Box 173, 23 Science Center Road
>> Holderness, NH 03245
>> Phone: 603-968-7194 x23
>> www.nhnature.org
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> Hector Galbraith
> 802 258 4836
> 802 222 1916 (c)
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