Once again, we will be joining Colorado Parks & Wildlife Raptor Monitors for their annual meeting. We will have a variety of our live raptors available to help the monitors hone their identification skills, and share any new developments relating to raptor populations in Colorado, any taxonomic changes, and anything else of interest to raptorphiles.
If you are familiar at all with any type of statistical research, then you are aware of the simple fact that sample size is the key to developing any predictive results from the data set you are investigating. If your data set has the possibility of a billion units of data and you only sample […]
“One must free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. [What we’re doing] has almost nothing to do with the climate. We must state clearly that we use climate policy to redistribute de facto the world’s wealth.” This is from one of the insiders at the IPCC. How can any Algorian acolyte deny […]
Another German final solution promising energy purity, green pedigrees, and a fabulous future exposed as a catastrophic economic and environmental failure! When Germany gets an ideology into its collective head about purity, efficiency, and other engineered outcomes that will lead the world into some idealistic future, look out! “Germany’s Federal Audit Office has accused the […]
Join us for our annual Fall Open House, and catch up with what’s happened over the summer with our raptors. Come see the color changes in our teenage bald eagle, and meet some brand-new birds! Attendance is free, but you must RSVP so that we know how many are coming, and in case of […]
SOLD OUT–On Saturday, September 22, the Raptor Education Foundation will present “Hawks”, a new identification class designed to allow participants to easily distinguish a hawk from other birds, and from other kinds of raptors. REF’s live raptors will be featured, coupled with the combined skill and experience of Colorado Parks & Wildlife Raptor Monitor Karen […]
One of the best looks at hurricane Florence is once again provided by the very best site on all things having to do with global warming, climate change, or “it’s Trump’s fault.” Take the time to read this, it will be well worth it.
The very simple question of the title is brilliant in its basic premise, but most people do not get the trick! One of my favorite contrarians has a piece in his blog that will illuminate even the least informed among us. You do not need to have any real background in any field of science […]
Listening to the proponents of wind and solar, one often hears how well the various schemes in Europe are doing, but the current reality in Germany is painting a very different picture. The ecological devastation in Germany is not being reported in the public press. The Australians are learning the same harsh lessons as are […]
“Civilization began more than 10,000 years ago and, in my opinion, it hasn’t reached California yet. I consider the 20,000-year-old cave paintings a measure of civilization, certainly superior to most ‘art’ produced in California today. It also reflects an awareness of nature that Brown lacks. Yes, the State may be wealthy, and manifest glamor and […]