About this Event
University of Kansas Field Station, Armitage Education Center
The Kansas Biological Survey & Center for Ecological Research is launching a new monthly series of in-person public talks at the KU Field Station. These will be scheduled for Sunday afternoons at the Field Station and will cover a variety of science topics, including research happening at the Field Station. Talks are free and open to the public, but registration will be capped at 25 each month; please RSVP by emailing Wendy Holman (firstname.lastname@example.org), KU Field Station Education Program Coordinator. Email Wendy for more information.
January 2023 topic: Lucas DeCicco, Ph.D. Candidate at the KU Biodiversity Institute, will share new information on movement ecology and subspecies of Red-tailed Hawks that winter in the Great Plains. Lucas will share about his experiences trapping and tracking Red-tailed Hawks as part of a team of researchers working to increase our understanding of this complicated and variable species. Lucas is a collaborating researcher with the Red-tailed Hawk Project; this video provides an overview of the project.