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Remembering Bob Anderson

Bob Anderson (right) and David Lynch (left) rescuing fledgling eagle Four from the Decorah compost yard in 2014.

By RRP board member David Lynch Seven years ago today the world lost a great advocate for nature, and we lost a good friend. This is a favorite picture of Bob and I, after we rescued fledgling eagle FOUR in 2014. We were in the process of reuniting her with her sibling D18 in Decorah, Iowa after we found her trapped in a cornfield, unable to fly herself out. That was quite a day, full of memories, laughs and good

Remembering Bob Anderson

Photo of Bob Anderson in 2014. Taken by David Lynch and used with his permission.

Today we are remembering Bob Anderson, founder of the Raptor Resource Project. Bob passed away unexpectedly on July 27 in 2015. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I wish Bob was here to share in the joy of what he began with the Decorah Eagle cam and everything that has come from it. It’s hard to believe it has been five years since he left us. RRP Board member and photographer David Lynch shared this photo. He

Message from the Director

Although Bob Anderson is gone, the Raptor Resource Project is committed to continuing his work. We are dedicated to preserving and strengthening raptor populations, expanding participation in raptor conservation, fostering the next generation of preservationists, and educating people around the world about raptors and their habitats. Our board met on Saturday, August 1st, to choose a new director and add additional board members. Bob wanted John Howe to succeed him as director. John and Bob worked together on several projects,