AUNE Student Researches Saw-Whet Owl

Christine E. Volonte’s master’s thesis project at Antioch University New England (AUNE) involves banding saw-whet owls to learn about their habits. Through her research, Volonte has shown that saw-whet owls migrate in large numbers to southwestern New Hampshire, although little else is known about the small owl.

Volonte and fellow AUNE environmental studies major Hillary Siener first lure owls by calling them.
Find out more in this Keene Sentinel story by Kyle Jarvis.

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