The Cognitive Crisis Affects Everything

John Baker retired Assistant Chief of California Fish and Wildlife talks frankly about a multitude of issues affecting the environment and the political hypocrisy the climate change activists overlook as they pursue their good intentions. He talks about the death of raptors, especially golden eagles, with insider’s knowledge. One of the best forty minutes you […]

Raptor Day At Denver Botanic Gardens

Join us for the raptor experience of a lifetime at the Denver Botanic Gardens! We’ll have live raptors in Mitchell Hall, readings of the Fidget books by the author herself in the Helen Fowler library, and a brand new 15-minute film featuring wild raptors from around Colorado and beyond in the Freyer-Newman Center auditorium.
Programs will run in 90-minute intervals with showings at 10:00, 11:30 and 1:00. Tickets include all day entry to the Gardens and exclusive visits with the raptors and Raptor Education Foundation presenters and staff.

Climate Crisis Review

“In sum, science shows that the earth’s warming over the last century is not dangerous in itself or catastrophic in its pace. Endangering the lives of people to address this modest change is the definition of irresponsible public policy, for which much of the media bear almost as much responsibility as the current administration.”  Read […]

Raptor ID Class

After a three-year hiatus due to Covid, we’re pleased to present a raptor identification class that you’re not going to want to miss! Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW) Senior Raptor Volunteer Raptor Monitor Karen Metz and Anne are teaming up once again in a brand-new class that will feature winter migrants in Colorado.