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Building the Next Generation of Biologists, featuring the 2021 Migration Crew
Each year, for 35 years, crews have been hiking to the tops of mountains across the Western United States to live for months at a time, all in hopes of playing a role in monitoring the long-term health of raptor populations. Almost a thousand people have volunteered their time, all in the name of raptor conservation.

You've likely heard how important this long-term monitoring is for the birds before. But what you haven't probably heard is the impact on the people who make it possible. Join us for this one-hour presentation where you'll hear directly from the 2021 HawkWatch International migration crewmembers, as part of our five-week virtual celebration of raptor migration, 35 Years & Counting.

The crew members will share what it takes to do this work, the challenges they face, and the impact it has on them and their careers. You won't want to miss this.

All-Access Pass holders and standard ticket holders will be automatically registered for the event. Visit www.hawkwatch.org/35years to purchase yours. And remember, the tax-deductible portion of each ticket will be matched, $1 for $1 up to $50,000. Your support will help us keep counting!

Not an All-Access Pass holder? You can register for this event now on this page.

Many thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible—UAMPS, Kaddas Enterprises, Antczak Polich Law, NextEra Energy, Rocky Mountain Power, Terracon, Enyo Renewable Energy, and Tab Bank.

Oct 19, 2021 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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