, Maryann Plunkett, Laila Robins, Sally Murphy, Jan DeVries, Stephen Kunken
At this year's Ligna, May 6-10 in Hannover, Germany, compressed hot air edgebanders, a lower-cost alternative to laser banders
, were introduced by several companies, including Biesse's AirForce, photo, Homag's airTec, Felder's LaserEdge, and Hebrock's Airtronic, available from Martin Woodworking Machines.
We heard from several interested readers, birdwatchers, rehabbers, falconers and bird banders
about our attempts to identify the hungry hawk that appeared on page 31 of the December issue.
Wheelock said, banders
set up nets during the fall on Lookout Rock in Northbridge and in Lincoln The nets are similar to what is used to catch chickadees and other small birds, because saw-whet owls are so small.
The interpretation performed by the project's interns and volunteer banders
has the theme, goal, and objectives outlined in written form to ensure the quality and consistency of the message shared with the public.
Bourgault added greatly to the efficiency of the cycle by installing a Gorbel Easy Arm[TM] to lift the assembled Mid Row Banders
from the assembly bench to a transport rack, which can carry 16 banders
at a time.
You can watch banders
gently remove birds trapped in the nets.
In 1963, the company started importing machines and was instrumental in helping to introduce sliding table saws into the United States, followed by one of the first edge banders
from Paul Ott.
Rather it is bird banders
who catch, examine, and record specific information about bird populations.
Orbital stretch banders
can be built to order with different ring sizes, film roll sizes and holding fixtures.