March Birders’ Night: Understanding where the “click-clicks” are and are not in the East Cascades
March 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Miles Scheuering is a 2nd-year Master’s student at Oregon State University, in the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Sciences. He grew up in Portland, Oregon, enjoying his time outside, particularly his time birding. He completed a BS in Wildlife Biology at the University of Montana in 2021 and studied the expansion of shrimp farms in the Gulf of California as part of his undergraduate research. His current project uses automated audio recorders to study where yellow rails breed in Oregon, and the number that are present at a given site. In his free time, he enjoys birding, running, and birding while running. He is excited to present to ECAS members and to share more about his project on the elusive yellow rail!
If you cannot attend in person, join on zoom.