Our very own John Cavitt, chair of Linking's Conservation Committee, highlighted American avocets in the intermountain west and their role in linking communities throughout North America. Read his article here.
December 22, 2015
Two former exchange students from Mexico, sponsered in part by Linking, decided to go find the avocet named Simba. It has a satellite transmitter and is wintering for the second year in a row in Marismas Nacionales, Mexico. Simba was originally banded at the Bear River Refuge on June 5, 2014 as part of the American Avocet Migration Project. He was with a flock of avocets in virtually the same wetland complex he was in last year. Check out the photos below.