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When you give to Hawk Ridge, your donation not only helps support bird conservation through our research & education programs, but also the careers and training opportunities for our amazing team! This fall we were able to train 4 new trainees, 1 intern, & work with 4 graduate students. Thank you to all the staff & to each of our supporters! You can help us continue to teach & inspire with a special gift today on Give to the Max day here (your gift of could turn into $500 or $1000 or even $10,000 with a Golden Ticket drawing): www.givemn.org/organization/Hawkridge
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Here’s an update from Allie on the Red-tailed Hawk they put the transmitter on last week at Hawk Ridge.

“It's been one week since we deployed our first satellite transmitter on an adult light morph "northern" Red-tailed Hawk! Since leaving Duluth, this bird has at least made it to around Hayward, Wisconsin. The bird's location was last registered on November 15th, so it's possible it's moved further south since then.

With that being said, it's possible this individual might not go too much further south to spend its winter. How far a bird migrates south can depend on how far north it is coming from. Knowing where this individual returns to for the breeding season is what we are really interested in. We are hypothesizing this bird came form northern Canada (perhaps Alberta). Wherever it goes for the summer, we are excited to find out!”
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