Tom Meyer will present an overview of the Cedar Grove Ornithological Research Station, including the banding station’s history and their current research projects. He will also discuss raptor identification and migration. Some birds of prey from our Raptor Program will also appear.
Tom Meyer has been trapping and banding raptors for over 30 years. He started trapping at the Little Suamico Ornithological Station and after 20 years, moved to Cedar Grove Ornithological Research Station. He has been involved with many bird research projects including banding terns, gulls, herons, and pelicans at colonial nesting sites on Green Bay, banding snowy owls with Project Snowstorm, and monitoring northern goshawk populations in Wisconsin’s north woods.
Co-hosted by Dan Panetti of Wild Birds Unilmited, Mequon.
Free to all, but registration is required.