Meet some of our raptors at North America’s most challenging championship course, The Birds of Prey, at Beaver Creek, Colorado. Gather with ski buffs from all over the world at this annual event, and meet some of the raptors Birds of Prey is named after.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife raptor monitors hone their raptor ID skills at their annual meeting.
This exceptional opportunity to photograph free flying raptors is offered once yearly and sells out quickly.
If you don’t want to spend innumerable hours and many dollars to photograph iconic raptors, then this is the workshop you don’t want to miss!
If you can’t afford the long hours and high costs of chasing raptors in natural settings to capture that unforgettable image, this workshop makes it easy!
Get your Halloween fill of owls at this free event hosted by the Best Western South West Denver Hotel. Meet four owls up close and in person. This is a favorite for everyone!
Australia Waking Up Move over, Ponzi; forget Bernie Madoff; ignore Enron; and dismiss collateralised debt obligations associated with subprime mortgages. Without a doubt, the biggest scam perpetrated against taxpayers and consumers is renewable energy. And if you think this scam is just an Australian phenomenon, think again. With very few exceptions, governments all over the […]
If the hysterical globull warming entities like Algore and his tribe really want to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, then you would think they would be clamoring for the one method that has reduced more carbon dioxide than all of the alternative energy schemes combined…right? Well read this and rejoice.
The science behind scientology is permeating the world’s other scientific disciplines and the resulting predictions are showing themselves to be just as accurate as one would conclude after discovering the truth behind why a volcano is on the cover of L. Ron Hubbard’s Dianetics. Here we have the United Nations admitting one thing, while proclaiming […]
Celebrate the changing season as we head into fall and the coming raptor migrations.