From vultures in Ethiopia to forest owls in Arizona to American Kestrels across North America—they need you. This is true now more than ever. A year like no other, 2020 will be remembered for widespread distrust of science, a global pandemic, and countless climate-related natural disasters.
We are hopeful that the future will be different. That our community of professional scientists, a new crop of biologists-in-training (interns), and volunteer scientists can return to our American Kestrel Studies, the Following Forest Owls Program, and to our long-term migration monitoring sites. But we also hope that we all remember and heed the lessons of 2020.
Can you help us conserve more raptors today and tomorrow? With your gift, you can change lives, bird and human alike. Internships for these early-career conservation professionals increase the capacity and impact of our research efforts, which helps conserve even more raptors today. They make it possible for us to reach more people with a message of conservation. And by supporting them in their careers, you and I make it possible for them to be ready to conserve the raptors of tomorrow.
Please give today.