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Raptor Research project

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Volunteer naturalist Steve Lauer, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, leading the workshop.

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Volunteer naturalist Steve Lauer, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, answers a question about the hovering ability of the American Kestrel during the workshop.

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Karen Menard, co-leader of the Oak Openings Raptor Research project, left, speaking with Trina Vasquez, of Toledo, during the break.

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Workshop attendees Mark Hainen, of Lambertville, Michigan, left, shares information on the bird calls that are part of the app "Audubon Birds Pro" with John Wiley, of Ottawa Hills.

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Diane Hamilton, of Sylvania, left, speaks with Steve Lauer, right, during a break in the workshop. This is her first training in raptor identification.

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Volunteer naturalists Steve Lauer, at the front of the room, lectures on raptor identification to the approximately 50 people in attendance.

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