Paul Napier, President of the Cape May Raptor Banding Project, will present "The Cape May Raptor Banding Project" which will cover a brief history, some impressive Project statistics, an overview of the intern program, how the Project contributes to science projects, and portraits and facts about the raptors banded. There will be lots of great close-up photographs.
Paul Napier has been banding raptors since 1988. He started out as a birdwatcher, then discovered raptors and never recovered. He has traveled extensively in the U.S. and abroad in order to learn more about the many exciting birds of prey that share our environment. Paul has been President of the Cape May Raptor Banding Project since the early 2000s when Project founder and noted raptor expert William S. Clark retired.
The presentation will take place at 14050 Dawson Beach Rd, Woodbridge, VA 22191 in the multi-purpose room at Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge on May 27th and begin at 11:00am. Please meet at the Visitor Information Center.
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