Category Archives: GSB Falcons

Benefit for Birds of Prey!

Celtic Junction Fundraiser

Join us at the Celtic Junction in St. Paul, MN on Saturday, February 17th for our annual Birds of Prey Benefit! We will have three speakers, musical guests, a silent auction, and a cash bar! John Howe will talk about the Raptor Resource Project, Frank Taylor will discuss his hawk banding station on the North Shore, and Vanessa Greene, the director of the Twin Cities Metro Osprey Watch, will be speaking about her Osprey research. For more information follow this

What a year!

What a year it has been! Our banding season stretched from late May to early July this year, although a combination of black flies, hippoboscids, extreme weather, and reduced productivity caused our numbers to fall. In 2017, we banded 58 falcons at 22 sites as compared to 77 falcons at 25 sites in 2016. We also replaced cameras and microphones at many of our nests, started a new partnership with Explore to provide an ads-free stream of the Decorah Eagles,

A Veterans Day Thank You from the Raptor Resource Project

A Veterans Day thank you from all of us at the Raptor Resource Project! November 11, Veterans Day, honors and celebrates the service of all military veterans. Thank you to our veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good. You heard the call of duty and left the lives you knew to answer it. When we think of veterans, we usually think of the people we know. But our veterans also

Announcing: The Robert Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund!

Bob and Peregrine Falcon

We are pleased to present the Robert Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund! Our Board established the scholarship to pay forward Bob’s incredible legacy of passion, dedication, and commitment to making a difference. Scholarships will be awarded to selected Luther College students in Decorah, Iowa who demonstrate a concern for the environment through positive environmental activism and community involvement or independent studies related to environmentalism. The endowment is designed to receive gifts through contributions, bequests, charitable trust remainders, and other gifts directed to the Fund. To make

Hamilton and Burr-D spotted at Great Spirit Bluff!

Peregrine falcon fledglings Hamilton and Burr-D

Both fledglings were spotted at Great Spirit Bluff today! John was operating the camera when he found Hamilton and Burr-D on a ledge. The ledge provides a great base for flight school, with a nice combination of cover and height for the two fledglings. While black flies might still be a little bothersome, their fledgling feathers, more robust immune systems, and ability to fly away will help protect them from bites. Good luck, Hamilton and Burr-D. It was great to

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