Apr 25

From the Field

Passing Through: Migratory Connectivity and the Gulf of Mexico

New technology and boots-on-the-ground research help biologists better understand bird migration patterns around the Gulf of Mexico.… Read more >>

Dec 07

From the Field

Warblers Help Unlock the Secrets of Migration

Biologists use tiny high-tech backpacks to track warblers as they migrate from their breeding grounds to their wintering grounds, and back again.… Read more >>

Oct 04

From the Field

Video: How Do Scientists Map a Songbird's Migration?

Researchers are tracking songbird migration to help conservationists better protect and manage habitat across the birds' full life cycles.… Read more >>

Aug 26

Perspectives

High-Stakes Existence for Hummingbirds, Sparkling Jewels of the Americas

The Americas are home to 365 species of hummingbirds. What makes them so special?… Read more >>

Oct 13

Perspectives

Fall Migration is a Time for Reflection

The season is cryptic and quiet, and requires focused attention from the observer.… Read more >>

Jun 12

From the Field

Warblers and Woodcock in Minnesota's Wild North

From northern Wisconsin, I traveled west to Minnesota and the north shore of Lake Superior. Based out of Gooseberry Falls State Park, about an hour northeast of Duluth, my wife Carol and I toured the boreal forests of this marvelous area… Read more >>

Jun 08

From the Field

In Wisconsin, Reminders of the Past

By Bruce Beehler June 3, 2015 Blog #19 of my North with the Spring journey: In the southwestern corner of Wisconsin, where the Wisconsin River meets the Mississippi, there are a series of high bluffs that hem in these two great rivers. The bluff south of the Wisconsin is called Wyalusing, and… Read more >>