If you haven’t yet read the story (there’s also a cute picture), featured in rotation on the main UW-Green Bay website this week is a story on the owl research completed by Environmental Science and biology student Kari Petrashek. She’s the winner of the Paul and Thea Sager Scholarship for the year’s best research paper, “Northern Saw-whet Owl Fall Migration through Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve in Two Rivers, Wis. from 2000-2008.” It’s a nice example of student research, click here.
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9 Jan, 2020