April program- Black-necked Stilts, Daryl Christensen
April 20, 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us at 6:30 PM to hear
A Wonderful Happening: Breeding Black-necked Stilts at Horicon Marsh.
A comprehensive 4-year study of Black-necked Stilt breeding behavior, nesting success, habitat selection and adaptation at Horicon National Wildlife Refuge.
Daryl Christensen is an award-winning field researcher whose passion for rare and endangered bird monitoring covers six decades of local, state and federal projects including the Florida non-migratory Whooping Crane Project; 38 years of Wisconsin’s Forster’s Tern Recovery program; a 6-year Survey of identifying Breeding Black Tern locations in 50 counties in Wisconsin; 9 years of monitoring Common Tern nests in Wisconsin; three years of nest monitoring Kirtland’s Warblers and 4 years of Black-necked Stilt research at Horicon NWR.