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Pottawattamie Conservation is having a free 7 part speaker series being offered April-October featuring experts in the field of conservation.

March Field Trip
March Field Trip

The March Birding Field Trip was a HUGE Success despite the wind and the rain. It was held at Branched Oak Lake on Saturday, March 25. A total of 60+ species were counted. Highlights included Common Loon, Piping Plover, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Bonaparte's Gulls, Eastern Phoebe, Osprey, Horned Grebes, Chipping Sparrow, Barred Owls (2 of them talking to each other), Tree Swallows (lots), Rough-legged Hawk, all 3 Merganser species, and 5 raptor species: Bald Eagle, Osprey, Rough-legged Hawk, Red-tailed Hawk and Cooper's Hawk. Rain or shine birding is fun!

Big news came out of Omaha yesterday with confirmation of a pair of Peregrine Falcons on territory and possibly nesting at St. Cecilia’s Cathedral in Omaha. Yesterday, the male was identified and details about who this bird is were announced yesterday in the following press release.