raptors

01/31
2018

EOC 138: A Haven for Birds of Prey in Southwest Idaho

Listen to this episode in iTunes   On today’s episode we discuss a truly unique swath of public land – the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation… Read more »




01/30
2018

For the Love of Raptors

Years ago when I first heard the term Raptor; I immediately imagined malicious, human hunting dinosaurs from Jurassic Park! Of course, I quickly learned this was a term used for… Read more »




07/28
2017

Pining for the Field: Burrowing Owls of the West

Girl with a lap-full of Burrowing Owls. Now, how does one happen to find oneself in such a delightful predicament?   Well, it was 2007 and I had applied to a… Read more »




12/02
2016

The American Kestrel

The American Kestrel North America’s smallest falcon species, the American Kestrel is a unique and fascinating animal. It is our most colorful raptor, and also one of the few raptors… Read more »




12/03
2014

EOC 008: Bird Migration Research with Greg Kaltenecker

Episode Summary: In this episode of the podcast we’re talking with the Executive Director of the Intermountain Bird Observatory, Greg Kaltenecker. The Intermountain Bird Observatory was our very first partner… Read more »