Kestrels in the City

With the help of the public, researchers from the University of Vienna, Austria, have found out that the Eurasian kestrel can be “seduced” by the city lights, but this decision comes at a cost, with lower reproductive success and a poorer diet. Urbanization is a global event that is invading natural habitats, inevitably leading to … Read more “Kestrels in the City”

Categories: Animals, Birds, Citizen Science, Ecology & Environment, Nature & Outdoors

Citizen scientists in the Wisconsin wilds

Deep in the heart of Wisconsin is a nature lover’s dream destination – the Beaver Creek Reserve. With a citizen science center, butterfly house, nature center, observatory, field research station, summer camp, and miles of trails to explore, there’s something for everyone to get excited about. We recently spoke with Sarah Braun, Citizen Science Director … Read more “Citizen scientists in the Wisconsin wilds”

Categories: Birds, Citizen Science