Research Grants 2011
·Sharon Matola, Belize, Central America: $500 to continue her project, “Belize Harpy Eagle Restoration Program.”
·CROW, Sanibel, Florida: $1,000 for “Repair and Maintenance of the Osprey Flight Cage.”
·Matthew Hanson, Boca Raton, Florida: $1,000 for his “Study of foraging ecology of Bald Eagles in Everglades National
·Alejandro V. Baladrón, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Funes, Argentina: $1,000 for his “Study of Breeding
success of the Burrowing Owl in natural and modified environments of the Flooding Pampas of Argentina.”
·Cathy Viverette, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA: $1,000 for her study “A comparative
Phylogeography and Landscape Genetic Analysis of Chesapeake Bay Bald Eagles and Osprey Populations.”
·Kathlene St. Clair-McGee, Clark Ford, Idaho: $1,000 to help sponsor the American Heritage Wildlife Foundation.
How To Apply For A Research Grant
TIOF research grants are awarded annually for osprey and other raptor-related research in the United States and worldwide.
To apply, send details of the project to:
The International Osprey Foundation, PO Box 250, Sanibel Island, FL 33957.