The RRF will be hosting a day of workshops on Wednesday 5 November 2019 at the annual conference. Classes are available to all conference participants with discounted rates available for Early Career Raptor Researchers (<3 years post-graduation) that are current members of RRF.
Classes will be taught by leading experts and will focus on hands-on skill-building that is typically not available in traditional undergraduate or graduate classes. Course lengths will vary from 3-8 hours and will be scheduled to allow participants to select from a variety of courses throughout the day. Class sizes will be small (8-16 students per class) to provide an intimate and interactive learning environment. A one hour lunch break is scheduled between 1200 and 1300 and participants are responsible for their own food. All raptor carcasses are used with federal and state permissions and copies of salvage permits are available upon request.
Please note the workshops will occur on the day before the scientific program commences and will require that participates arrive at the conference venue by 0800 on Wednesday. A fee will be charged to help defray room rental, supplies, and transportation.
Workshop details and costs will be available in early summer 2019.