Learn about one of the most common and one of the most difficult hawks to recognize in Colorado and North America, the Red-tailed Hawk.
Meet an eagle and learn about the devastation wind farms inflict on eagles and other wildlife.
Another round of scientists have just issued a report on the accuracy of the AGW mongers, their enabling scientists, and the associated Scientology theories, and the conclusion is not a surprise…to those of us who knew the AGW theory was bunk to begin with. How are the Algorians going to spin their way out of […]
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 […]
Join us for our summer series at the Best Western Denver Southwest Hotel, Meet 4 different raptors each afternoon, and spend an hour with us discovering natural history as evidenced by raptors, dinosaurs, and the “Dino Hotel.” This is our fourth year working with the great owners (The Tally Family) of the Dino Hotel to […]
Discover the world of raptors and dinosaurs and how they connect through millions of years of time.
Come and meet our birds and see what we have been up to. Free, but you must RSVP at our web site under Details.
Before you see this documentary spend some time with a golden eagle and learn about eagles and falconry from Master Falconer, Anne Price, author, biologist, and Curator of the Raptor Education Foundation.
REF is proud to once again present our Signs of Spring raptor ID class, featuring species which are both “coming and going”. As we eagerly await the warm days of Spring and glimpse the first crocuses pushing up through the ground, our state’s raptors are already on the move! Some species are heading north, some […]
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 […]