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July 16th, 2018

$60.00 Adult, Non-Member

$54.00 Member

Marking individual hummingbirds remains essential to assess population size, migration corridors and survival. Genetic and statistical analyses are complementing and expanding understanding of these important migratory pollinators. Learn about Rocky’s hummingbird populations and their habitats while observing field ornithologists as they safely capture and band these remarkable birds. Visit typical habitats, observe and identify types of food sources, and learn about factors influencing hummingbird survival.

Meets at the Field Institute, with Hidden Valley used for netting birds.

Instructors: Tena & Fred Engelman


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Gary Lefko
407 species and counting on life list ...
Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, United States
Date start07.16.2018 07:30
Date end07.16.2018 13:00
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