IBO Biologist and Community Science Coordinator, Heather Hayes, was recently featured in McCall Life Magazine for her curlew conservation work in Adams and Valley Counties. This is a new area for IBO curlew research that’s been made possible thanks to a partnership with the Payette Children’s Forest! The inaugural edition of McCall Life included Heather as part of their feature of women making an impact in their community. We can’t think of a better person to highlight!
Read the full article on McCall Life’s website.