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IBO intern presents at AOS Conference

A few months ago, one of our Lucky Peak songbird banders, Aya, came to us looking for a project. After sharing our long-term songbird banding data set and giving her a few starter ideas, she was off and running!
She worked hard and put together some really interesting results which she was able to present in an e-poster titled: “On the basis of sex and age: Differences in autumn migration phenology of western migrants“. She presented her work last week at the American Ornithology conference in Anchorage!

a female undergraduate student stands smiling next to her research poster which displays a number of graphs and small text

We’re proud to get to take just a little credit for this great project: Aya made our job of mentoring on this project so easy!