The Raptor Research Foundation (RRF) is a professional society for raptor researchers and conservationists worldwide. It’s goal is the accumulation and dissemination of scientific information about raptors.
I am happy to announce a new interview with Ruth Tingay about the RRF:
In this interview, Ruth Tingay, currently president of RRF talks about the goals and the work of the RRF. She explains what the RRF does for raptor research, what work is done in Europe, how everyone can get involved with the RRF and what you can do to help the RRF.
If you are not already a member of the RRF I highly recommend becoming one. I’ve been a member for years and I am proud to be one. The RRF publishes the The Journal of Raptor Research which is one of the best journals about the biology and conservation of raptors and although written in a scientific style, the articles are normally easily readable for everyone interested in raptors.
Ruth also discusses here latest book called “The Eagle Watchers” which I highly recommend. See the interview for more information.