Winter Bird Population Survey results
Results of the 24th year of this survey are here.
Another paper published
The paper Great Spreadwing (Archilestes grandis) in Michigan: More evidence for the potential role of restoration projects in range expansions was recently published in Argia, a publication of the Dragonfly Society of the Americas.
Owl named after RRBO’s Julie Craves!
An extinct species of owl has been named in honor of RRBO’s Julie Craves for her “dedication to avian conservation.” Read about Craves’s Giant Barn Owl (Tyto cravesae) at the RRBO blog, at BirdWatching Magazine, and see the abstract of the paper describing the species in the journal Zootaxa.
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Watch RRBO on Detroit Public Television
Julie Craves and the work of the Rouge River Bird Observatory are among the featured scientists in an episode on migratory birds on Great Lakes Now Connect, a production of Detroit Public Television and The Nature Conservancy. Below is the portion of the program in which the scientists appear: