This adult male, tagged Feb. 10, 2018, in Kidder County, ND, by Matt Solensky of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Northern Prairie Research Center, was at least five years old at the time. His transmitter was funded by generous donations from the public, and he was named for a nearby town. Pettibone migrated north in April 2018 to Banks Island in the western Canadian Arctic, where he established a small territory suggesting he may have been provisioning a nest. He migrated south in October 2018 and wintered in southern Saskatchewan. The following spring he migrated north to Bathurst Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, where it appears he did not breed. Pettibone came south in November 2019 and reconnected near Quill Lakes, SK.