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From John Howe: A message regarding Dad Decorah

The couple that launched the wildlife streaming revolution. Mom & Dad on Dad's last day in April of 2018

I’d like to start this message to you all with my own acknowledgement of admiration for Dad Decorah, who has captivated the hearts and minds of so many. For over 10 years, he has served as the subject of enjoyment, education, and wonder for millions of people, while being an eagle partner to Mom Decorah and Dad to many eaglets. It is amazing to think that after the successful fledge of D29, D30 and D31, he will have brought so

Message from the Director

RRP Director John Howe and rope

As we open the door to 2016, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you on behalf of our Board of Directors, staff, and dedicated volunteers! You have witnessed a successful year of raptor conservation, education, and research. We are fulfilling our mission in a year filled with challenges and change. Who could have imagined the challenges that we would face this year; first the loss of the Decorah Eagles Nest and then an even bigger

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,