Issue: United States Congressional Bills S838 and HR1558 recently introduced by the U.S.-based Congressional Sportsman’s Caucus (CSC) have the potential for negative impacts on wildlife, including raptors, by forever preventing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from regulating on lead in ammunition. Publicity from the CSC and others regarding these bills claim there is “no credible […]
The 2011 Election Ballot is now open for voting! Ballots must be received no later than August 15, 2011.
The latest edition of The Journal of Raptor Research is now available online to RRF members. Volume 45 number 2
The Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation is a non-profit offering its members as volunteers for RRF raptor researchers. One of their missions is to “mobilize an army of citizen- scientists that creates an avenue for the science community to gather inexpensive, reliable, and otherwise unattainable datasets from around the world”. They strive to provide scientific […]
We’d like to thank the RRF members who made donations above and beyond their memberships in 2010! Donations to RRF can be to the endowment, which is used for our Grants and Awards, or to unrestricted (operating) funds. Thanks to the following members who made this commitment to our organization: Jack Barclay, Eduardo Inigo-Elias, Yasunori […]
Read the newest Wingspan Newsletter online on the RRF website! https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2011/03/Wingspan_20_1.pdf
The Journal of Raptor Research is planning a special issue on the topic of banding and movement ecology in raptors. Papers presented at the RRF 2010 conference special symposium on banding will be published together as a special issue in December 2011. Topics include banding of nestlings, long-term population monitoring, banding trends, band resightings, and […]