Continued Monitoring of Boise's Wintering Bald Eagles and Monitoring of the Dead Dog Creek Roost Site, Winters 1997/1998 and 1998/1999


This document outlines results from surveys of the Barber Pool and Dead Dog Creek Communal Roosts, and presents results from regular surveys of known eagle foraging areas conducted throughout the winters of 1997-1998 and 1998-1999. The main objectives of this study were to:
1. Monitor bald eagle use of the Barber Pool and Dead Dog Creek communal night roosts simultaneously through the winter.
2. Monitor bald eagle use of known foraging areas in conjunction with roost monitoring.
3. Describe how weather variables and factors influencing microclimate at roost areas are related to bald eagle use throughout the winter.

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Collection: BLM Library
Category: Report