Horicon Marsh Bird Club Meeting: Black-necked Stilts
April 20 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
A Wonderful Happening: Breeding Black-necked Stilts at Horicon Marsh.
A comprehensive 4-year study of Black-necked Stilt breeding behavior, nesting success, habitat selection and adaptation at Horicon National Wildlife Refuge.
Daryl Christensen is an award-winning field researcher whose passion for rare and endangered bird monitoring covers six decades of local, state and federal projects including the Florida non-migratory Whooping Crane Project; 38 years of Wisconsin’s Forster’s Tern Recovery program; a 6-year Survey of identifying Breeding Black Tern locations in 50 counties in Wisconsin; 9 years of monitoring Common Tern nests in Wisconsin; three years of nest monitoring Kirtland’s Warblers and 4 years of Black-necked Stilt research at Horicon NWR.
No registration is required. Please meet in the lower level auditorium of the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center located at N7725 Highway 28, Horicon, WI. For additional information please contact Liz Herzmann at 920-210-9054 or email@example.com.