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Harper Bernheim Is Back!

We were thrilled, but not surprised, to find that Harper Bernheim, the Golden Eagle is back in his winter habitat in Bernheim Forest for the third consecutive year. Motion detecting cameras were able to photograph Harper and identify him by his leg band. It was early 2015 when we tagged Harper and tracked his migration […]

Harper Bernheim Returns

This morning, Harper Bernheim, the golden eagle, was recaptured at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. Our team of researchers was successful at removing the transmitter that was attached last February as part of the ongoing golden eagle research. We were able to track Harper on his spring migratory route to his breeding grounds in Northern Manitoba […]

Camera Trapping at Bernheim

A camera trap is a remotely activated camera that is equipped with a motion sensor or an infrared sensor, or uses a light beam as a trigger. Bernheim has used these cameras for the past eight years as a way to observe our wildlife. Our dedicated natural areas crew works year-round to place and monitor these motion […]