MRF projects are inspired by and directed at conservation issues.
The sites below provide information on a wide variety of local, regional,
BirdLife International and its partner organizations throughout the world
protects birds and their habitats and promote conservation of the world's
biological diversity and the sustainable use of the world's natural
Parks and Wilderness Society
CPAWS is a member-driven conservation group focused on establishing
new parks and ensuring that the protection of nature is a management
priority. Maintaining habitat links between wilderness areas is a
key aim of the organization.
Green Coalition Verte
A group dedicated to protecting and restoring the natural environment in
the Montreal area through education and action.
York State Department of Environmental Conservation
The government agency responsible for monitoring and managing natural
resources across New York state. Information on their Peregrine
Falcon work can be found by clicking on the subject index and scrolling
down to select Peregrine Falcon.
Centre for Wildlife Research and Education
A centre in Montana dedicated to long-term ecological monitoring of a
variety of owl species.
Formerly Federation of Ontario Naturalists (FON), Ontario Nature is dedicated to the protection of Ontario's nature through research,
education, and conservation action, with the support of over one hundred
member groups across Ontario.
Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group
The SCPBRG was formed in 1975 to help save the peregrine falcon in
California, and has since become a resource to biologists, industry, and
university researchers looking for assistance with the management of
The Union Québecoise de Réhabilitation des Oiseaux de Proie (UQROP) is a
non-profit organization founded in 1987 working for the preservation of
birds of prey and their natural habitat in Quebec.
Falcons | The Centre for Conservation Biology
Information on Peregrine Falcon recovery efforts and satellite
tracking research in the state of Virginia.