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Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.

Golden Eagle Migration Survey

A partnership to monitor Golden Eagle populations

The Golden Eagle Migration Survey (GEMS) is a collaborative, science-based effort to monitor the autumn migration of Golden Eagles and other raptors along the Big Belt Mountains of Montana.

Project partners include Montana Audubon, Last Chance Audubon Society, US Forest Service and Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.

Please contact Janice Miller at [email protected] for more information about this project.

Support raptor monitoring with a contribution to the GEMS project here

You can also visit the GEMS Facebook page to learn more and participate.

2016 Big Belts Report

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