The Data Are Back! In summer 2016, Audubon biologists put geolocator backpacks on Blue and Golden-winged Warblers in the Champlain Valley. Light level geolocators allow biologists to track birds on their migration journeys. In summer 2017, they recaptured some of the same birds after a season of migration. Now, one year later the data have been downloaded and interpreted and we’ll get to hear first-hand what these elusive warblers have been up to.
Join Audubon Vermont’s Mark LaBarr and Margaret Fowle for a discussion on migration and wintering locations of Golden and Blue-winged warblers fitted with geolocators across the Champlain Valley.
Middlebury April 12th, Isley Library 7:00
Co-sponsored by Audubon Vermont, the Otter Creek Audubon Society, and the Middlebury Area Land Trust.
Rutland April 24th, Grace Church 7:00
Co-sponsored by Audubon Vermont, Rutland County Audubon Society, and the Nature Conservancy.
Hinesburg May 10th 6:30 Hinesburg Town Hall
more details coming soon
Co-sponsored by Audubon Vermont, Green Mountain Audubon Society, and the Hinesburg Conservation Commission