Friday, June 18, 2010

Hummingbird research at Sagehen.

July 1, 2009: Chris Clark discusses his fascinating research into hummingbird courtship displays that include mysterious sounds that are not vocalizations.

Hummingbird research at Sagehen from F. Felix on Vimeo.

Here's a short video from Chris introducing his research:

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Sagehen Pine Martens

August 23, 2007: For Sagehen Summer Speaker Series #18, Dr. Bill Zielinsky of the US Forest Service PSW discusses past & upcoming American marten research in Sagehen basin. He also discusses how forest management practice influences marten habitat.

Past & future pine marten research at Sagehen from F. Felix on Vimeo.

Monday, June 07, 2010

Katie Moriarty talks weasels.

August 7, 2008: For Sagehen Speaker Series #22, researcher Katie Moriarty discusses her work on martens in the Sagehen basin. She also discusses other Sierran predators, including the big surprise that turned up on her camera trap on February 28, 2008.
Moriarty, K. M., American Marten Distributions over a 28 Year Period: Relationships with Landscape Change in Sagehen Creek Experimental Forest, California, USA. 2009, OSU. 108 pp. [PDF]

Moriarty, K.M., W. J. Zeilinski, A. G. Gonzales, T. E. Dawson, K. M. Boatner, C. A. Wilson, F. V. Schlexer, K. L. Pilgrim, J. P. Copeland, M. K. Schwartz, Wolverine Confirmation in California after Nearly a Century: Native or Long-Distance Immigrant?

More marten research at Sagehen.

Watch Pine Marten videos

American Martens in Sagehen Basin. from F. Felix on Vimeo.

Friday, June 04, 2010

Gary Roller & Jeff Brown discuss Sagehen SPLATs research.

10-25-2006: Here's an old TTCTV broadcast of Maia Schneider interviewing Gary Roller & Jeff Brown about SPLATs research at Sagehen.

Gary Roller & Jeff Brown discuss SPLATs research. from F. Felix on Vimeo.

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Dropping trees.

During a wind storm in May, a dead tree fell & hit the Leopold Cabin. Before we repair the damage, we have to remove the remaining dead & dying trees in the area, so that this doesn't happen again.