The Peregrine falcons were banded last week, grabbing the attention of local media: UW-Green Bay peregrine falcons names after prominent conservationists, Fox 11 Four Peregrine falcons banded at UW-Green Bay, WFRV
Looking for summer reading suggestions? After last week’s popular banding of UW-Green Bay’s nesting Peregines, how about tying a reading list to the conservationists—Thoreau, Carson, Muir, Leopold—for which the falcons were named? See more.
The bird banders will be here to band the Peregrine falcons tomorrow (Thursday, May 30, 2019) in the plaza of the Cofrin Library. The campus community is invited to quietly watch. Mimi and Rupert are once again the successful parents of the four chicks. A bit of history can be found, here.
Though you might not have noticed, more than 100,000 visitors dropped into Green Bay over the May 11th weekend, just for a quick bite and a rest on their way north. Not snow birds, but real birds. Hundreds of thousands of songbirds “overwinter” in Florida and Georgia (and Central and South America) then fly north […]
Congratulations to Rebecca Malcore who has been presented the Paul and Thea Sager Award for Scientific Writing from the Cofrin Center of Biodiversity for the research poster, Chloroplast DNA Sequencing Reveals the Presence of Two Exotic Phragmites Haplotypes in Northeast Wisconsin. Malcore, a Brussels, Wis. native, graduated May, 18, 2019 from UW-Green Bay. The award […]
As part of the Festival of Nature in Door County this weekend, UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Daniel Meinhardt (Human Biology, Women’s and Gender Studies) and curator of the Richter Museum of Natural History, is giving a brief presentation on the biology and physics of color production and sensation, then leading a nature walk at The […]
Graduate student Mia McReynolds and a crew of students had a significant discovery while doing research at Mahon Creek, on the Green Bay campus this week — a juvenile rainbow trout! McReynolds is researching fish communities in small streams. “This is an unusual species to see in a small creek that gets so warm during […]
The Brown County Federation of History Organizations (BCFHO) announced that it will once again host its History Treasure Tour on May 15, 2019 from 4 to 8 pm. Sixteen Brown County Historical locations will open their doors for FREE, revealing many of the community’s “hidden” treasures. This exciting event encourages the public to explore Brown […]
We heard about it late, but the Brown County Federation of History Organizations will offer free admission TODAY, Wednesday, May 15, from 4 to 8 p.m. See the Fox 11 story.
Sounds like the start of a children’s rhyme. Take a walk to the Provost Office for a look at the four baby falcons via the “PhalCON” camera viewing station. Enjoy the view! Congratulations to Rupert and Mimi, the Peregrine parents of four fuzzy eyasses (baby falcons) hatched recently on the UW-Green Bay campus. The Provost […]