Raptor Banding Tour

Raptor Banding Tour

The best way to learn about the migration of raptors at Braddock Bay is to get out in the field and witness the spectacle first hand. A great way to do that is to join an experienced BBRR guide on a Raptor Banding Tour at our Main Banding Station. Visitors will have...
Raptor Banding Tour

Raptor Banding Tour

The best way to learn about the migration of raptors at Braddock Bay is to get out in the field and witness the spectacle first hand. A great way to do that is to join an experienced BBRR guide on a Raptor Banding Tour at our Main Banding Station. Visitors will have...
Raptor Banding Tour

Raptor Banding Tour

The best way to learn about the migration of raptors at Braddock Bay is to get out in the field and witness the spectacle first hand. A great way to do that is to join an experienced BBRR guide on a Raptor Banding Tour at our Main Banding Station. Visitors will have...
August Red-tail Season Begins!

August Red-tail Season Begins!

By Barbara French, BBRR Raptor Bander “There’s a kettle with 7 eagles!” The excited text blinked on my phone, and I didn’t even have to wonder who it came from — master bander and licensed eagle bander, Dan Niven. A few exchanges later, I...
Raptor Banding Update – What a difference a year makes!

Raptor Banding Update – What a difference a year makes!

Second Week of March 2016, by Barb French Last year, Susie Cotsworth and I opened Main Blind in the Owl Woods late in March – and we had to dig out a trench in the snow to run lines to the traps. We froze nearly to death on many of those early days! A frozen lake and...