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Tuesday, March 29, 2016
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BARKER -- A free, public presentation on raptor migration will be held in the Barker High School Cafeteria at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Biologist and naturalist Brett Ewald of Lakeshore Nature Tours will talk about various raptor species that are known to Western New York, their timing and distribution, and why they migrate through the region the way they do.

Ewald has been studying and enjoying birds and nature for over 35 years. His passion for birds and their conservation has led to his involvement in many research and educational projects, specializing in migration and distribution patterns. These endeavors have taken him from the mountains of New Mexico to the beaches of New Jersey. A native of Western New York, his recent research efforts have concentrated on this region; he is the former Director of the Hamlin Beach Lakewatch for Braddock Bay Raptor Research, and co-authored a publication on waterbird movements on Lake Ontario.

The public is welcome to attend and asked to use the Haight Road entrance to the cafeteria.

The presentation is hosted by Braddock Bay Bird Observatory and Sponsored by Save Ontario Shores, Inc.



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