In birding, UW-Green Bay grad mentioned in report on rare warbler’s recovery

The bird world continues to buzz about the discovery in recent years of a new population, in central Wisconsin, of endangered Kirtland’s warblers. (UW-Green Bay graduate student Jennifer Goyette contributed to early research; we’ve told her story here before.) In today’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, there’s an update on the warblers, this time quoting a UW-Green Bay alumnus, Joel Trick ’78 and ’82, of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Read the story.

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