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Journal of Raptor Research Volume 50 (2) available online
The JOURNAL of RAPTOR RESEARCH Volume 50 (2) Instructions for free online access for RRF members on Bioone. Research Articles Mass Growth Rates, Plumage Development, and Related Behaviors of Snowy Owl (Bubo scandiacus) Nestlings Denver W. Holt, Kathy Gray, Michael T. Maples, and Mark A. Korte Journal of Raptor Research Jun 2016, Vol. 50, No.… Continue reading Journal of Raptor Research Volume 50 (2) available online
Journal of Raptor Research Volume 50 (1) available online
Check out the latest edition of the Journal of Raptor Research. Read More   Instructions for free online access for RRF members Research Articles Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Raptor Research Foundation W. Grainger Hunt Journal of Raptor Research Mar 2016, Vol. 50, No. 1: 1-2. Citation | Full Text | PDF (31 KB)… Continue reading Journal of Raptor Research Volume 50 (1) available online

February 18, 2016 | Journal of Raptor Research

Journal of Raptor Research 50 (1) Publication Delayed
Journal of Raptor Research 50 (1) Publication Delayed Due to severe storm damage affecting one of Allen Press’s vendors, production of Journal of Raptor Research Volume 50 Issue 1 has been delayed. Allen Press apologizes for the problem and projects a mailing date of March 29 for this issue. -Cheryl Dykstra, Journal of Raptor Research… Continue reading Journal of Raptor Research 50 (1) Publication Delayed
Journal of Raptor Research Volume 49 (1) available online
Check out the latest edition of the Journal of Raptor Research. This issue includes research articles on the Red-tailed Hawk, Bald Eagle, Golden Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, Gyrfalcon, Barred Owl, and Burrowing Owl. Read More Instructions for free online access for RRF members Research Articles Northward Summer Migration of Red-Tailed Hawks Fledged from Southern Latitudes Peter… Continue reading Journal of Raptor Research Volume 49 (1) available online
Journal of Raptor Research Volume 48 (4) available online
Check out the latest edition of the Journal of Raptor Research. This is a special issue on osprey populations, management, migration, and research priorities. Read More   Instructions for free online access for RRF members Research Articles Ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) in the 21st Century: Populations, Migration, Management, and Research Priorities Richard O. Bierregaard, Alan F.… Continue reading Journal of Raptor Research Volume 48 (4) available online

August 20, 2014 | Journal of Raptor Research

Journal of Raptor Research Volume 48 (3) available online
Check out the latest edition of the Journal of Raptor Research. This issue includes research articles on the Crested Serpent-Eagle, Mexican Spotted Owl, Northern Saw-whet Owl, Northern Goshawk, Crested Caracara, Eurasian Kestrel, Red-tailed Hawk, American Kesterel, and many more. Read More   Instructions for free online access for RRF members Research Articles Population Density, Home… Continue reading Journal of Raptor Research Volume 48 (3) available online
Journal of Raptor Research Volume 47 (4) available online
Check out the latest edition of the Journal of Raptor Research. This issue includes research articles on Aplomado Falcons, avian electrocutions, Burrowing Owls, Swainson’s Hawks, Chinese Goshawks, Eurasian Eagle-Owls, and many more. Read More Research Articles Restoring Aplomado Falcons to the United States W. Grainger Hunt, Jessi L. Brown, Tom J. Cade, John Coffman, Marta… Continue reading Journal of Raptor Research Volume 47 (4) available online
Golden Eagle article in Journal of Raptor Research featured in International Media
A second article in the September issue of the Journal of Raptor Research has gone viral with the international media this week. First Documented Predation of Sika Deer (Cervus nippon) by Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) in Russian Far East Authors: Linda L. Kerley and Jonathan C. Slaght Journal of Raptor Research Sep 2013, Vol. 47,… Continue reading Golden Eagle article in Journal of Raptor Research featured in International Media
Journal of Raptor Research featured in Associated Press article on Eagles
An article in the September issue of The Journal of Raptor Research was featured in multiple national US media outlets this week. The article, “Bald Eagle and Golden Eagle Mortalities at Wind Energy Facilities in the Contiguous United States” is available on bioone.org   http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory/study-wind-farms-killed-67-eagles-years-20225160?singlePage=true
Journal of Raptor Research Volume 47 (3) available online
Check out the latest edition of the Journal of Raptor Research. This issue includes research articles on New Zealand Falcons, Osprey, Bald Eagles, Peregrine Falcons, Short-Eared Owls, Griffon Vultures, and Ural Owls, and many more. Read More