Twenty-seven species of raptors nest in East Central Idaho and two others are transient migrants. These include two of North American’s largest raptors, the Golden and Bald Eagle, and two of the smallest, the Sharp-shined Hawk and the American Kestrel. Seventeen of these raptors are diurnal. Come and learn which inhabit our area, how to identify them and tidbits about their basic biology.
The Craigs are semi-retired Wildlife Biologists who have worked in the western US and Alaska for over 40 years. They have studied raptors,songbirds, plants, caribou, moose, Dall sheep, muskox and other wildlife species.
Monday February 4th, 7:00PM at Salmon Public Library