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Raptor Resource Project: Field Updates

Travis Tammi and Sarah Howe at MPL Hibbard in Duluth, MN. The Richard I. Bong Memorial bridge and Lake Superior are behind them.

To download our banding report, follow this link: https://raptorresource.org/raptorresource/pdf/2021BandingReport.pdf After 2020’s masks, gloves, and site limitations, it felt good to get out in the field, band falcons, and see old friends again. We banded 80 falcons at 29 sites in four states this year: a record for us! 11 sites were on cliffs, 9 were at power plants, 4 were at grain mills, 4 were on buildings, and one was on a water tower at 3M. We couldn’t band at

Raptor Resource Project: Our volunteers and landowners

We couldn’t do what we do without the help and support of our volunteers and landowners. RRP camera operators and moderators create community, document and share important moments, and introduce countless people to the magic of raptors and the places they live. Landowners share information and stories, care for the plants and animals on their properties, and let us band the falcons that live on their cliffs. We asked a few of them why they volunteered and what drove them

Raptor Resource Project: Director’s Message

John Howe and friend on Xcel Energy's Monticello stack in Monticello, MN.

To download our winter newsletter, follow this link: https://www.raptorresource.org/raptorresource/pdf/2021-winter-newsletter.pdf Please accept a big thank you for your part in helping the Raptor Resource Project to succeed. Whether you are a raptor fan, teacher, landowner, partner, or volunteer, we could not do what we do without your help and support. You have been here right beside us for the short term…and for the long term. Your involvement, dedication, and care are critical to our mission of conserving raptors and igniting a