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GEMS Field Report: Week of October 29
Intermittent autumn storms have battered the GEMS observation site recently, stalling monitoring efforts for a few days with each passing front. Despite challenging conditions, we continued surveying through the end of October in hopes of capturing the peak of the Golden Eagle migration.
GEMS Field Report: Week of October 15
Recent weather systems brought rain, snow and ridge-capping clouds to the Golden Eagle Migration Survey site atop the Big Belt mountains. For nearly a dozen days, the clouds obscured visibility, and only five days of successful surveys have been conducted since October 1st.
Raptor Identification Workshop This Week!
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.
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