bird conservation


This week’s guest on Dispatches from the Field!

Just because I’m immensely proud to have been a part of this, not to mention wanting to toot–ugh I hate clichés–my own horn, but.. I was honored to have the… Read more »

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Pining for the Field: Puerto Rico

For our next foray into the Pining for the Field series, I’ll take a look back to 2006 when I travelled to Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge to study Smooth-billed Anis…. Read more »


So, about gulls..

First off, I’m going to ruin a childhood surety. Are you ready? Brace yourself.. There is no such thing as a seagull. The very word makes any seasoned birder shudder…. Read more »


EOC 010: Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation and Research with Jen Forbey

  Episode Summary: We have dedicated the month of January here at the Eyes on Conservation podcast to Greater Sage-grouse conservation.  We are releasing a brand new short documentary today, Greater… Read more »


Last trip of the season to the Owyhees

Yesterday I accompanied Al, his niece Barbara and bluebird trail volunteer Cathy Eels on the final trip of the season to the Owyhee Bluebird Trail. Although we often refer to… Read more »


118 Bluebird Nestlings Banded on the Owyhee Trail

This past Friday I accompanied Bluebird Man Al Larson on a monitoring trip to his Owyhee Bluebird Trail. The Owyhee Mountains are spectacular and remote despite their ease of access… Read more »


Bluebird Man DVD and VOD release

We are extremely excited to announce the official DVD and VOD release of Bluebird Man! Over the past couple of weeks we have been hard at work packaging and sending… Read more »


Grassland Birds of the Chihuahuan Desert

The second season of filming is underway for an upcoming Wild Lens Eyes on Conservation Film. This 3-5 minute film will be used in conjunction with Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory… Read more »