General Meeting – Julie Brown, Why count raptors?

21 Feb General Meeting – Julie Brown, Why count raptors?

January 10, 2023 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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 Virtual General Meeting

Julie Brown

Why count raptors?

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Julie Brown

Monitoring migratory raptors in the Americas



I will be speaking about the Hawk Migration Association of North America, our current programs and the work we do to support the raptor migration monitoring network. I’ll talk about, the largest citizen science database in the world and how these data are being used to determine raptor population trends across the continent.



Julie Brown is the Raptor Migration and Programs Director at HMANA since 2008. Prior to her work at HMANA,  she migrated throughout the US and tropics working as field biologist primarily with raptors, focusing on human impact studies,  migration research and behavioral studies.  Julie received her BS in Wildlife Ecology at the University of Maine and received her MS in Conservation Biology from Antioch University New England where she studied Peregrine Falcon migration in Costa Rica. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband who she met hawkwatching and her two bird loving children.

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