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|Late Fall Edition 2016 Contains: Veteran's Day Bald Eagle, The Squirrel Who Died Fighting
|Summer Edition 2016 Contains: Cleanup from the storm, Summer Intern Andy Maier
Raptor Chapter Express, Dori, our new Peregrine Falcon and the year end wrap up
Barn Owl Chicks, Record Year, RIP Twister and Chip
2014 Migration Celebration at Little Beaver State
2013 Boy Scout 2013 Jamboree Photo Supplement
Nancy R Smith family donation, Lead Ammo: The Need
to Change, Aura's Story: A Case in Lead Poisoning, The Boy Scouts 2013
National Jamboree, 2013 Migration Celebration, Beckley Area
Foundation accepting donations for TRAC's endowment.
Bald Eagle Release, Migration Maddness,
Upcoming Events, Welcome Sharon Ogden, Thanks tro Amanda Simpson, The
Spring Maddness, Migration Celebration 2012, Eagle Nest
Peregrine Project update, Little Beaver State Park Award
2011 When is a Hawk
not a Hawk, Crossbow of the Sky, Peregrine Restoration Project Notes
for the 6th Year, Rebecca Pollard, Summer Intern, TRAC's new Van and
2011 Bald Eagle
Nest at Brooks, Peregrine Restoration 2011, The Time of Nest Building,
Welcome Regis, General News, Migration Celebration 2011, Flight Barn
Update, Gunshot Eagle Reward Fund
Make your own suet cakes, interesting case histories, flight barn
update, peregrine restoration update, general news.
Contains: "New Volunteers in Bluefield Dive Right In" - Bluefiled oil
spill, "Wikka Wikka", Notes, Fall Photo Workshop, "WV Birds of Prey"
a new book by Steven Wayne Rotsch
Contains: "Bald Eagle Nest Site in Summers County", "What They Know",
"Migration Celebration 2010", "What a Snowstorm"
Contains: 2009 Peregrine Project Update, Hey Y'all
This, Program Updates, Winter Blast, Flyway Construction
2009 Internship call, Flight Barn Funding, A Burning Issue,
Species Spotlight: Merlin, 2008 Annual Report
Flight Barn update and the Peregrine Falcon
Restoration Project wrap up.
Residency , Peregrine Restoration, Species Spotlight: "Turkey Vulture",
Migration Celebration 2008", Baby Season Update, Photo Workshop Update
Wilson Bird Club donation, Annual January Eagle Watch,
Spotlight: Northern Harrier, TRAC's 2007 Synopsis, In Memory
Alice Knight, Farewell to Apex
2007 Express Issue
Saw Whet Owl, New River Gorge Peregrine Project, TRAC adopts
North American Association of Environmental
Guidelines for Excellence
Great Horned Owl Release, Drought Effects, Double Crested
Cormorant, Binocular Donation, Photo Workshop,
Flight Barn Update, Flying Crossbow in the Sky, Species
Spotlight: House Wren, 2007 Intern: Celeste Cantees, more! (8 pages).
Peregrine Release 2/24/07, Fear of Tooth and Claw, Species
Spotlight: Broad-winged Hawk, Migration Celebration 2007 Poster
Lineup, Hurt Hawks Essay, Wild Birds Unlimited Contributes to Peregrine
Release Study, 2006 Review
2006 Express Issue Contains:
"Flight Barn Progress Report"
Barn Contruction Begins", "Peregrine Falcon Restoration" in the New
River Gorge, "Recovered Gunshot Red-Shouldered Hawk Takes to
Sky", "Species Sptlight: Great Horned Owl" & "Introducing
2006 "Pick Up!", "Species Spotlight: Carolina
Wren", & "Baby Season is Almost Here" (10 pages).
2005 Express Issue
Contains Seneca's story (Bald Eagle) end of the year
on happenings at TRAC ( 2 pages).
2005 Contains: "Release of Comanche,
Eagle", "15th anniversary at TRAC",
"Species Spotlight: Killdeer ", (9 pages).
Contains: "TRAC at Wildlife
Day at the Capitol", "TRAC Turns 15 this Year!",
"Species Spotlight: Bald Eagle", "A Musing on Eagles" (8 pages).
Contains: "Spirit Comes to TRAC",
"Species Spotlight: Golden Eagle" (10 pages).
2004 Contains: "Species Spotlight: Osprey",
Celebration Poster and the 2003 Summary (10 pages).
Contains: "We're Seeing Double", "Cat Owners, Snap
It!", "Species Spotlight: Barn Owl", "We've Lost Luther". Please
note that page 4 is
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