NEW BLOG — Vida Libre: How a landfill is supporting Andean Condors in central Chile. Included at the end of this post you will find a gallery of hand-drawn condor illustrations by condor biologist Eduardo Pavez.
PRESS RELEASE — Sneaking out: a new study shows that female falcons scout future homes.
Mark your calendar and get ready to join us in Charlotte, NC in conjunction with the Carolina Raptor Center for an event you won't want to miss!
The Journal of Raptor Research (JRR) is an international scientific journal dedicated entirely to the dissemination of information about birds of prey. Established in 1967, JRR has published peer-reviewed research on raptor ecology, behavior, life history, conservation, and techniques. JRR is available quarterly to members in electronic and paper format.
The Raptor Research Foundation has 13 awards and grants annually available to members and non-members of RRF. Each award or grant has different submission requirements and deadlines. Applicants should carefully read the submission requirements before applying.
Our members include the world’s leading raptor specialists, as well as professional scientists, educators, wildlife managers, conservationists, students and amateur raptor enthusiasts.
The Raptor Research Foundation is dedicated to the accumulation and dissemination of scientific knowledge about raptors. Join today and help us resolve raptor conservation issues on an unprecedented international scale.
All award and grant pages have been updated with the 2023 recipients!