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Library Talk: Caracaras of Florida
Library Talk: Caracaras of Florida

Thu, Nov 07


Blake Library

Library Talk: Caracaras of Florida

A lecture with EAI Senior Scientist Rachel King. Life history and legal status of caracaras in Florida! As well as adventures in the field while surveying for these winged beauties.

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Time & Location

Nov 07, 2019, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Blake Library, 2351 SE Monterey Rd, Stuart, FL 34996

About The Event

About Ecological Associates Senior Scientist, Rachel King

Originally from South Carolina, I moved to Orlando, FL when I was a teenager and went to the University of Central Florida for my B.S. in Biology and obtained my M.S. in Ecology at the University of Georgia studying spatial ecology and overland movements of aquatic turtles. I then worked as a regional biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for over three years and learned how to conduct bird surveys for various species including white-crowned pigeons, Florida scrub-jays, crested caracaras, and wading birds. Finally, I became a senior scientist with Ecological Associates, Inc. and continue to work with bird species, particularly Florida scrub-jays and crested caracaras. I can't wait to share my experiences with the majestic crested caracara with Audubon of Martin County! 

Photo Credit: Chris Wood 

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