Northeast Iowa and the tri-state area are a rich area for raptors – birds, including falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls. Through the years several of these species have faced great challenges in living and breeding. The non-profit Raptor Resource Project based in Decorah provides incredible resources to help inform, educate, and work with raptors. RRP director Bob Anderson is well known for his work in the raptor world and also has a fantastic website with information about nests and on-line cameras to view them!
One of the latest cameras to come on-line features an in-nest view of the bald eagle nest near Decorah’s trout hatchery. You can view this nest by CLICKING HERE.
You can find out more information about the Raptor Resource Project and many other on-line viewing opportunities at www.raptorresource.org.