The Institute of Wildlife Sciences is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the future of wildlife through education, partnerships and ecological research.

Institute of Wildlife Sciences, Inc.

Institute of Wildlife Sciences, Inc.

Brian Mealey, Executive Director
16531 SW 81 Avenue, Palmetto Bay, Florida 33157
(305) 975-0200

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The Real Deal

Find out how the Institute of Wildlife Sciences helps both Burrowing Owls and humans get along!

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The Adventures of Birdie the Eagle continue!

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Satellite Update 1/5/09:
Birdie’s exploring the area north & south of where she hatched & fledged as she winters in Florida.
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Satellite Update 1/19/09:
Birdie is continuing her exploration of the Western parts of Palm Beach county.
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Satellite Update 2/3/09:
Birdie seems to like Palm Beach county.
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Click here for Birdie’s 2008 adventures

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Satellite Update 2/17/09:
Birdie is exploring the water catchment area for western Palm Beach county.
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Satellite Update 2/26/09:
Birdie is touring Everglades national Park..
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Satellite Update 3/30/09:
Birdie continues to tour South Florida. She is currently west of Palm Beach.
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Satellite Update 4/22/09:
Birdie seems to have settled in a water catchment area west of Palm Beach.
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Satellite Update 5/9/09:
We have not received any new signals from Birdie in approximately 2 weeks.
This could be due to transmitter failure or other natural causes.
We will continue to monitor the satellites for signs of Birdie.

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