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An osprey parent arrives with a fish after researchers banded baby osprey from a nest near the Billings sewage treatment plant last year.

LARRY MAYER/Gazette Staff

Yellowstone Valley Audubon is offering a class about osprey, their habits and habitat, taught by Marco Restani on April 3.

The class will be held in the Bair Science Hall at Rocky Mountain College starting at 5 p.m. It is free and open to the public, but an RSVP is requested by contacting Deb at dregele@juno.com or call 962-3115.

Restani is a St. Cloud University professor and partner in the Osprey Project, which monitors and bands osprey along the Yellowstone River.

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