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Raptor Identification Workshop

Feel like you need to improve your raptor identification skills? Montana Audubon invites you to participate in a Raptor Identification Workshop and field trip to the Big Belts Golden Eagle Migration Survey site. The workshop will be held in Helena on the evening of October 12th  and followed by a field trip to the Big Belts site southeast of Helena the following day; Saturday, October 13th.

All activities are led by Montana Audubon’s Conservation Program Manager, Amy Seaman. Participation in the workshop is $50 and will be limited to 16 people*. To receive workshop details and register, please contact Janet Johnston (Montana Audubon Office Manager) at [email protected] or 406-443-3949, or register online here.

*Registration fee is non-refundable. In the event of inclement weather, field trip will take place at a different count site.

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