In the 1990s, the University of Minnesota partnered with the Raptor Center to pioneer osprey migration tracking using satellite-equipped backpacks. This effort sparked an educational revolution through the 'Highway to the Tropics' online course, enlightening students about nature and technology.
The Raptor Center (TRC) is collaborating with Matthew Bonner, PhD, research scientist at Medtronic, Inc., on creating a physiological way to measure stress in raptors.
Diclofenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used in veterinary medicine to treat various types of inflammation. It’s also known to cause harm to vulture populations who become exposed to it through the carrion they consume.