Thursday, April 15th, 7:00 pm–this is a virtual Zoom meeting-link will be posted below a week before event
Members of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute (CARRI) have been working with Both Barn Owls and American Kestrels for years, building and placing nest boxes for both.
We have cameras in several boxes of both species. Having cameras in the nest boxes has enabled us to learn aspects of the birds’ natural history that we would be unable to obtain any other way. By using cameras, we have been able to document aspects of the bird’s natural history including egg laying dates, hatching dates, food preferences, feeding of the young, and much more.
Scott Rashid is the director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute in Estes Park, Colorado. He joined BMAS in January to speak about Small Mountain Owls and his well-attended presentation motivated us to invite him back! To read more about CARRI, go to: http://www.carriep.org/
Scott Rashid with Barn Owl- Photos courtesy of Scott Rashid
- Recording of Mill Creek Fish Passage Improvements-with Brian Burns, Tri State Steelheaders. February Membership Meeting
- April Fieldtrip to Millet Ponds with Mike Denny (in person!)