Insights from 15 years of migration monitoring at McGill Bird Observatory
December 7 @ 19:00 - 20:30
BPQ December Monthly Meeting and Lecture
Increases, declines, fluctuations, and changes in timing – insights from 15 years of migration monitoring at McGill Bird Observatory
Presented by Marcel Gahbauer, Co-Founder of the McGill Bird Observatory
Monday December 7, 2020
Via Zoom Video Conference
Over the first 15 years of McGill Bird Observatory’s operation, more than 78,000 birds of 127 species were banded, and an additional 95 species were observed. Already enough years have passed to identify distinct trends in abundance of some species and changes in their timing of migration. The Zoom presentation will spotlight some of the key insights from McGill Bird Observatory’s upcoming 15-year report. Marcel will also preview plans for the future which involve a growing relationship with BPQ.
About our speaker
Marcel Gahbauer co-founded McGill Bird Observatory while completing his PhD on Peregrine Falcons at McGill University. He lives in Ottawa, where he works as a biologist for the Canadian Wildlife Service. He has also served for the past six years as co-chair of COSEWIC’s birds subcommittee, and is a past co-chair of the Canadian Migration Monitoring Network.
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