Volunteer Andy M. tree climbing to build a foster great horned owl nest below the original nest for a fallen chick
Wild raptors are at the top of the food chain and changes in their populations often reflect changes occurring in the environment.
4 nestling great horned owl in the original nest peering down
at the foster nest holding its’ clutchmate
CFBP veterinarians use diagnostic tests to monitor health trends of raptors as an indication of environmental stability.
CFBP frequently provides raptor data to rehabilitation, veterinary and wildlife professionals.
CFBP volunteers support raptor populations by constructing nest sites and hack boxes.
CFBP plays an active role in monitoring local nest sites and documenting hazardous conditions for parents and offspring.
CFBP partners with Goscreek Consulting to help provide utility companies with avian electrocution prevention programs.
2 pics. 2 GOH-renesting