The Sheard Literacy Center at SUNY Potsdam contacted me about producing an educational video on owls. Here it is, I hope you enjoy it.
Episode 2 of The Wandering Gabboon features my saw whet owl banding station and highlights our efforts working with these cute owls.
Recently I have started producing a series of videos exploring the North Country. My series is called The Wandering Gabboon. During episode one we visit Tahawus…an Adirondack Ghost town
The Potsdam Public Library is doing a series on us. The first story can be found at the link below.
Catching and banding a saw-whet owl BY DOYLE DEAN (PRODUCTION MANAGER) , IN DICKINSON CENTER, NEW YORK Nov 02, 2018 — The northern saw-whet owl population is being monitored and evaluated through a national effort known as Project Owlnet. Biologist Mark Manske leads a local endeavor to…
The artwork for the book is done. Kristin Towne did an amazing job with it. The manuscript and illustrations have been sent out to be type set and then we are ready to publish.