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Published: 2/8/2014 - Updated: 5 months ago


Raptor Research project

Volunteer naturalists Steve Lauer and Karen Menard , co-leaders of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, lead a workshop for volunteers who would like to help in the monitoring of breeding raptors in the Oak Openings Region, in Wildwood Metropark in Toledo, on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW

Volunteer naturalist Steve Lauer, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, leading the workshop. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteer naturalist Steve Lauer, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, leading the workshop.
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Volunteer naturalist Steve Lauer, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, answers a question about the hovering ability of the American Kestrel during the workshop. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteer naturalist Steve Lauer, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, answers a question about the hovering ability ...
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Karen Menard, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, left, speaking with Trina Vasquez, of Toledo, during the break. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Karen Menard, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, left, speaking with Trina Vasquez, of Toledo, during the ...
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Workshop attendees Mark Hainen, of Lambertville, Michigan, left, shares information on the bird calls that are part of the app Enlarge | Buy This Photo Workshop attendees Mark Hainen, of Lambertville, Michigan, left, shares information on the bird calls that are part of the app ...
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Diane Hamilton, of Sylvania, left, speaks with Steve Lauer, right, during a break in the workshop. This is her first training in raptor identification. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Diane Hamilton, of Sylvania, left, speaks with Steve Lauer, right, during a break in the workshop. This is her first ...
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Volunteer naturalists Steve Lauer, at the front of the room, lectures on raptor identification to the approximately 50 people in attendance. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteer naturalists Steve Lauer, at the front of the room, lectures on raptor identification to the approximately 50 people in ...
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