Now That’s A Wrap!

It’s amazing how flexible is the perception of time. This season has gone by so slowly and yet so quickly, and all at the same time! How is that possible? I suppose it has to do with settling into a steady routine, doing the same tasks every day for months on...

Volunteer Appreciation!

Working with an endangered species necessarily involves spending a lot of time not finding what you’re looking for. Nevertheless, once you know where and how to look, searches can become surprisingly fruitful. This year, I have been fortunate enough to be able...

Release Day!

I received the first two broods of captive-reared Loggerhead Shrikes at the Carden Field Site on July 6th. After allowing them a few days to settle in, Species Recovery Biologist Hazel Wheeler and I had attached colour bands and radio tags, taken various measurements...