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Saturday, November 10, 2012
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Avian Research in Northwest Ohio and the Future

Mark Shieldcastle, Research Director, Black Swamp Bird Observatory

Spanning more than three decades, Black Swamp Bird Observatory's research has looked intensely at migratory birds and how they are using the vital stopover habitat in NW Ohio. Mark will present the Observatory's findings on some of the most charismatic species such as warblers, rails, and raptors. Mark will share information about how, when, where, and in what numbers, birds are moving through our world; some tips on where and when to look for some of our favorite species; and a few simple ways to make sure that these birds are around for future generations.

Audubon Novak Education Center,
382 Townline Rd.
Aurora, OH

More information: http://www.clevelandaudubon.org

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