Tag Archives: Banding Station

2018 Banding Report

Falcon Linnea from GSB

You know us because of the Decorah Eagles, or the Decorah North Eagles, or the Flyway Cam, but do you know about our peregrine falcon program or Hawk Hill banding station? Click the link below to download our 2018 Banding Report. It has all the information! https://www.raptorresource.org/pdf/2018RaptorResourceProjectBandingReport.pdf

2017 Winter Newsletter

2017 Winter Newsletter

Welcome to our winter newsletter! It includes a message from director John Howe, an article about our banding station, Teacher’s Corner, information and statistics from our eagle tracking program, and dates for upcoming events! To download the .PDF, click here! [flipbook height=”1024″ title=”Winter 2017 Newsletter” pdf=”http://www.raptorresource.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/RaptorResourceNews.pdf”]

Raptor Banding and Trapping Station

The Raptor Resource Project and Luther College have launched a trapping station project to collect data on birds of prey, provide field-based research opportunities, and deliver environmental education to youth. The project was funded via a Resource Enhancement and Protection/Conservation Education Program (REAP/CEP) through Iowa’s Department of Natural Resources. To learn more about REAP/CEP, including some of the really cool projects they have funded over the years, follow this link: http://www.iowadnr.gov/Conservation/REAP. While we know a fair amount about cameras and