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The Raptor Resource Project

Bird of Prey Monitoring and Management

The Raptor Resource Project monitors over 50 bird of prey nest sites in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Colorado. Our season runs from March through July and includes monitoring nest sites, banding birds, responding to emergencies, and reporting on bird populations. We also provide consultation, training, and resources for businesses that want to begin or enhance a bird of prey program.

Birds of prey captivate watchers, provide wonderful organic pigeon control, and can be an important part of grassland and woodland restoration projects.

Bird Cams

The Raptor Resource Project manages 14 birdcams at present. While we are best known for our Decorah Eaglecam, we also have more eagle cams, multiple peregrine falcon cams, and a kestrel cam. We work with our partners to identify potential cam sites and deploy appropriate streaming technology. By giving ordinary people intimate access to the lives of wild animals, our work deepens the connection between people and the natural world, bringing benefits to both.

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Date Of Record Release 2017-04-28 17:44:23
Description Bird of Prey Monitoring and Management

The Raptor Resource Project monitors over 50 bird of prey nest sites in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Colorado. Our season runs from March through July and includes monitoring nest sites, banding birds, responding to emergencies, and reporting on bird populations. We also provide consultation, training, and resources for businesses that want to begin or enhance a bird of prey program.

Birds of prey captivate watchers, provide wonderful organic pigeon control, and can be an important part of grassland and woodland restoration projects.

Bird Cams

The Raptor Resource Project manages 14 birdcams at present. While we are best known for our Decorah Eaglecam, we also have more eagle cams, multiple peregrine falcon cams, and a kestrel cam. We work with our partners to identify potential cam sites and deploy appropriate streaming technology. By giving ordinary people intimate access to the lives of wild animals, our work deepens the connection between people and the natural world, bringing benefits to both.
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Date Of Record Creation 2017-04-28 17:40:00
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