Cornell Raptor Program Assessment
Using surveys to understand future opportunities for a program that promotes the conservation of birds of prey
The Cornell Raptor Program (CRP) promotes the conservation of birds of prey through education, research, propagation and rehabilitation. CRP achieves this mission by directly involving Cornell undergraduate students, staff and the general public in wildlife projects and education programs using their resident non-releasable birds of prey to provide hands-on training in raptor healthcare, behavior and husbandry and serve as education ambassadors.
Topics: Education; Energy, Environment and Sustainability
Heather Huson, Department of Animal Science
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Claire Hebbard, Department of Policy Analysis and Management
College of Human Ecology
Suzanne Horning, The Cornell Commitment
Student and Campus Life
- Community partner: Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County, 4-H
Grants for Faculty Research on Engagement
Supporting faculty who are investigating community-engaged learning and research and its specific impacts.