The Montana Osprey Project

Last week I interviewed Erick Greene, a professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Montana. He is the resident ecologist for the Montana Osprey Project and my friend.  I had never interviewed someone before, so I was excited! I hope you listen to the interview and learn lots of new facts about ospreys and the Montana Osprey Project.  If you are interested in supporting the Montana Osprey Project by buying a special shirt designed by Claire Emery, you can email Erick at erick.greene@umontana.edu.

To learn more about the Osprey Project go to https://hs.umt.edu/osprey/default.php.

My interview with Erick.

13 thoughts on “The Montana Osprey Project

  1. Dottie, you don’t know me, but I am your Granny’s friend. She sent me your interview and I am so so proud of you! You did such a great job asking questions so all of us could learn more about ospreys. Now I will be on the lookout for their nests! Keep up the good work. I hope to meet you some day.

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  2. Dorothy – this is really awesome. I loved watching a few minutes of your interview and I’m glad I’m subscribed to your blog! I’m always excited when Bird Nerds pops up in my email.

    We had a bald eagle hunting our little creek here at the farm a couple of weeks ago and that was really exciting for me…because when I was a kid there were very few eagles anywhere.

    – your uncle Wayne in Pennsylvania

    On Mon, Aug 30, 2021 at 7:06 PM Missoula Bird Nerds wrote:

    > Dottie Moon posted: ” Last week I interviewed Erick Greene, a professor of > Biological Sciences at the University of Montana. He is the resident > ecologist for the Montana Osprey Project and my friend. I had never > interviewed someone before, so I was excited! I hope you listen” >

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  3. Dottie great job as always I am so proud of you. It is a blessing you have this passion and the University can help you continue to be involved in their projects..

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  4. Great interview Dottie. I learned so much from it. I know how to tell the difference between a male and female now. Dottie Moon, there is no limit to what you can learn. : }

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  5. Dottie, What a great interview! I learned a lot from the questions you asked Dr. Greene & appreciate how you & your sister are so interested in the wonderful wildlife around us. Keep up the good work & I look forward to reading more of your blogs.

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