We’re grateful to several new partners that have joined the SNOWstorm effort recently.
The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, through its Wild Resources Conservation Program, is sponsoring a transmitter on an owl in Pennsylvania — the fourth (and likely final) unit in that state.
And a collaboration between Black Swamp Bird Observatory, the Kirtland Bird Club and Toledo Naturalists’ Association will make it possible for Black Swamp research director Mark Shieldcastle to deploy a transmitter on an owl in Ohio or Michigan in the days ahead. This is especially welcome news, since those states have been a gap in our coverage.
On behalf of everyone associated with Project SNOWstorm — thank you to these partners and sponsors.