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"Notes from the Field" provides frequent updates and pictures from our biologists and students who are working in the field or at our headquarters, the World Center for Birds of Prey.

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A software developer goes to Alaska

Paul Spurling — in Arctic Raptors and Climate Change Project

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In the evening of August 22, I stepped off a plane onto the tarmac of the Nome airport. A life milestone was reached - after many years of dreaming of it, I was finally in Alaska. What brought me, a software developer, to Nome - a place known more for gold and sled dogs than technology?


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Flooded scrapes and drenched young

Alastair Franke — in Arctic Raptors and Climate Change Project

Arctic breeding raptors generally don't immediately come to mind when we think about the effects of climate change on wildlife, and peregrines would not be among the first species considered when we contemplate the impacts of warmer and potentially longer Arctic summers.


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