IBO is an academic research unit of Boise State focused on impacting human lives and contributing to conservation through research, education, and outreach.
Impacting human lives and significantly contributing to conservation through a unique combination of research focusing on migratory birds, education, discovery of the natural world and community engagement.
-Lucky Peak Songbird, Raptor, and Owl banding (Songbirds: mid July to mid October, Raptors and Owls from mid August to October 31)
-Lucky Peak Hawk Watch
-Hummingbird banding and monitoring (Idaho City)
-Long-billed Curlew Satellite Transmitter Project (Western Treasure Valley)
-White-faced Ibis study (Eastern Idaho)
-Breeding season songbird surveys (North and Central Idaho)
-MAPS banding at Lucky Peak (http://www.birdpop.org/maps.htm)