Scott Rashid’s work with Northern Goshawks began after he moved to Colorado in 1998. Since then he has located several Northern Goshawk nests in and around Rocky Mountain National Park. He has spent countless hours with this intrepid hunter, both through research and rehabilitating injured birds. He has worked with numerous bird species from hummingbirds to eagles. Scott’s photographs and art are published in two other books–Small Mountain Owls and The Great Horned Owl, a Detailed Study. In 1994 he started a banding station at the YMCA of the Rockies, just south of Estes Park, Colorado, and in 2014 banded his 10,000th bird there. He is also director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute (CARRI), www.carriep.org.
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