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Bitterroot Audubon’s October meeting will feature a presentation on the ongoing Bitterroot Valley Winter Eagle Project by Kate Stone, avian scientist at the MPG Ranch, and Adam Shreading, biologist with the Raptor View Research Institute. Their project uses game cameras and citizen scientists to help document the numbers, distribution and movements of the Bitterroot Valley’s large winter population of bald and golden eagles.  

This presentation is at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, at the Bitterroot National Forest Headquarters on U.S. Highway 93 at the north end of Hamilton. The presentation is free, and the public is invited. Enter the building on the west side. Contact Becky Peters for additional information, 406-369-5210.

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