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Upcoming Raptor Identification Workshops
Feel like you need to improve your raptor identification skills? Montana Audubon invites you to participate in a Raptor Identification Workshop and field trip to the Big Belts Golden Eagle Migration Survey site.
Golden Eagle Migration Survey 2018
With autumn settling in, Montana Audubon has begun its annual two-month count of migrating raptors in the Big Belt Mountains: 2018 marks the fourth year of the Golden Eagle Migration Survey (GEMS) project. Working with our partners Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest, we will count an estimated three […]
2018 Chimney Swift Field Season
You can add the Chimney Swift to your list of notable Montana birds as both a Species of Greatest Inventory Need, and one with unique nesting habitat requirements; preferably brick or stucco chimneys extending far above the roofline of an eastern Montana building. Chimney Swifts are one of four swifts found in Montana, and most […]
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