Tuesday, September 24, 2002

Bird Banding at Powdermill

The Powdermill Nature Reserve (or Biological Station)--located in southcentral Pennsylvania near the town of Rector--is a field research station of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Bird banding has been conducted annually at Powdermill since 1961, making it one of the oldest continously operated bird banding stations in the country. Read about the history of the banding program at Powdermill, take a virtual tour of the net lanes, view fall 2002 banding totals and daily notes (illustrated with extremely detailed and exquisite photographs), read about the excitement of the 500,000th banding record, and check out past pictorial highlights. You’ll find yourself drawn back to this site often.


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