Two Events, One Great Cause
Team Redhead did it! The Lab's student team tallied 166 bird species during the World Series of Birding on Saturday, May 11, and took home the Cape May County Award. Best of all, they raised funds for undergraduate research and conservation projects. Great job Redheads! Read more about their victory on the Lab's Round Robin blog. A huge thank you to all who donated in support of the team!
|(L-R) Ben Barkley, Andy Johnson, Teresa Pegan, Jack Hruska, and Benjamin Van Doren|
Watch this video from Team Redhead, describing some of the great student projects that have been funded with money raised by Cornell teams at the World Series of Birding.
The Lab's Team Sapsucker set a new U.S. Big Day record in Texas on April 25:
Team Sapsucker tallied 294 species, setting a new U.S. Big Day record! L-R: Andrew Farnsworth, Jessie Barry, Chris Wood, Tim Lenz, Marshall Iliff, and Brian Sullivan, jubilant after a successful 24-hour birding blitz through Texas. See the complete list of species. (PDF) Get all the day's details in our blog post.
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