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Motus: A Revolution in Migration Research

Putnam Science Center - 101
Thursday, · -

Join Carol Foss, NH Audubon’s Senior Advisor for Science and Policy, for an introduction to the Motus Wildlife Tracking System – a new research network that is revolutionizing the study of animal migration by tracking the movements of small birds, bats, and even dragonflies who have been fitted with tiny radio transmitters (nanotags). Carol will discuss how Motus works, what we’re learning from it, efforts that are underway to expand the network in the Northeast (including here in the Monadnock Region), and how you can get involved. 7 to 8 p.m. in the Putnam Science Center (Room 101) at Keene State College. For more information, contact Brett Amy Thelen at or (603) 358-2065. Co-sponsored by the Harris Center for Conservation Education, NH Audubon, and Keene State College.

Free of charge
This event is open to the public.
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Brett Amy Thelen
(603) 358-2065
Categories: Lecture/Presentation
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