D27 phones home!
D27 has reached her summer grounds on the shores of Lake Severn in Northwestern Ontario! Over 750 miles passed beneath her wings as she journeyed north into Canada’s great boreal forest. We wish her the best summer vacation ever: cool waters, plenty of fish, and other eagles to play with and steal meals from! Fly high, D27, and don’t forget to write!
June 2020: D27’s migration map
As always, a thousand thanks to Brett Mandernack and the staff of Eagle Valley for sharing their data, expertise, and maps with us! To follow the travels of any of the eagles we’ve tracked, visit our interactive maps at https://www.raptorresource.org/learning-tools/eagle-map/.
What is the boreal forest and why is it important for all kinds of birds? You can read more about that here! https://www.borealbirds.org/boreal-forest