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Avian Radar Unit On Display At Regional Office

Dan Nolfi, team member of the Avian Radar project “Making Wind Power Wildlife Friendly”, explains the project’s purpose to interested Service personnel, during a June stopover at the Regional Office.  The two radar units in the background are in transit to the Minnesota Valley NWR for the summer before being deployed along one of the Great Lakes shorelines for the 2013 fall migration. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo by Joanna Gilkeson)

Dan Nolfi, team member of the Avian Radar project “Making Wind Power Wildlife Friendly”, explains the project’s purpose to interested Service personnel, during a June stopover at the Regional Office. The two radar units in the background are in transit to the Minnesota Valley NWR for the summer before being deployed along one of the Great Lakes shorelines for the 2013 fall migration. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo by Joanna Gilkeson)

Here is a closer view of one of the radar units on display at the Regional Office during their June stopover. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo by Joanna Gilkeson)

Here is a closer view of one of the radar units on display at the Regional Office during their June stopover. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo by Joanna Gilkeson)

Service employees listen as Dan Nolfi talks about the Making Wind Power Wildlife Friendly project during the June visit to the Regional Office. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo by Joanna Gilkeson)

Service employees listen as Dan Nolfi talks about the Making Wind Power Wildlife Friendly project during the June visit to the Regional Office. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo by Joanna Gilkeson)

 

Last updated: June 28, 2013