Any rational person who has read anything about the meaningless Paris climate agreements will find this article from the New York Times to be some of the most remarkably illogical reporting on the rapid expansion of coal fired energy plants you will ever read anywhere. But of course, it is the New York Times, one […]
On September 12th, I received a link to an article published online by the Columbine Courier on September 6, 2016. We have published that link on our Facebook page to address the question raised about the article’s content relating to osprey having adapted an ability to “dislocate their shoulders upon entering the water, otherwise, they […]
Necropsy Report Inconclusive: As you see, the necropsy report from the Colorado Parks & Wildlife Animal Health Laboratory details several findings regarding the body of E4. Unfortunately, it seems that the refrigerator holding the body failed shortly after the eagle was placed there on July 9, and by the time the issue was discovered, some […]
Meet our new male great-horned owl! He arrived around 11:30 AM August 5, from Michigan. He is one year old, having jumped early from his nest last year, and fracturing his right wing in the process. He was on the ground for about a week behind a barn before he was finally picked up and […]
From our archival collection, we are bringing back these great raptor stickers! They are a wonderful way for children to learn about these magnificent birds. Species info is the back of each sticker. Just go to our Store Front to collect all 16. Only $1 each.
After several years we have migrated from our old web platform based on Microsoft’s Front Page software to the universally most used Word Press platform. Special thanks to the great people at ECentral, our ISP, and Chris Canipe, REF Docent, for making this evolution as simple and as cost-effective as possible. Our old web site […]