I was invited to present my Mono Lake riparian songbird research in a symposium at the Joint Meeting of the American Ornithologist's Union, the Cooper Ornithological Society and the Society of Canadian Ornithologists in Estes Park. The symposium was Successes and Challenges in Riparian Restoration: Birds as the Yardstick.
The symposium included talks by Barbara Kus, Chris Tonra, Dan Twedt, and Kristen Dybala to name a few.
The highlight of the trip was seeing a McCown's Longspur for the first time, while birding up in the tundra of Rocky Mountain National Park (which was actually a pretty rare find for the location), and the daily romps of Rocky Mountain Elk through the conference grounds.
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