Hawk study could benefit conservation

The University of Cincinnati is using isotopic analysis to track where elusive hawks were fledged. This technique helps wildlife managers identify critical habitat.

Hawk study could benefit conservation

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are perfecting an innovative way to track the migration of elusive wildlife to help in their conservation.

Wed 7 Nov 18 from Phys.org

Saving wildlife: Using geology to track elusive hawks

Researchers are using isotopic analysis to track where elusive hawks were fledged. This technique helps wildlife managers identify critical habitat.

Wed 7 Nov 18 from ScienceDaily

Save wildlife? Researchers use geology to track elusive animals

The University of Cincinnati is using isotopic analysis to track where elusive hawks were fledged. This technique helps wildlife managers identify critical habitat.

Wed 7 Nov 18 from Eurekalert

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