An international scientific society whose primary goal is the accumulation and dissemination of scientific information about raptors.
We hope you enjoy the website’s new look. The website committee is still working on putting the finishing touches on the site. So, you may notice minor changes over the next few weeks.
On behalf of The Peregrine Fund and the conference co-hosts Boise State University, Intermountain Bird Observatory, Golden Eagle Audubon, Birds of Prey National Conservation Area Partnership, and USGS Idaho, we hope you enjoyed the 2021 virtual conference. We look forward to seeing you in 2022!
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 8 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.
Call for papers on the American Kestrel. The Journal of Raptor Research is planning a special issue on the American Kestrel. Papers presented at the RRF 2021 virtual conference special symposium on this topic should be submitted for this issue, but all other relevant manuscripts are invited as well.