Raptor Population Index

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Raptor Population Index Project: 2011 Analysis

Cite these pages as:
    Crewe, T., P. Taylor, D. Lepage, L. Goodrich, J. Brown, and J. Sodergren. The Raptor Population Index, 2011 Analysis Methods and Trend Results. Available at http://rpi-project.org/2011/
    Brown, J., M. Mika, L. Goodrich, S. Hoffman, E. Ruelas Inzunza, and D Hussell. The Raptor Population Index, 2011 Regional Trend Summaries and Conservation Assessments. Available at http://rpi-project.org/2011/assessments.php

The 2011 RPI analysis effort includes a new set of population trend analyses containing information on 26 species of diurnal raptors, grouped into four regions. This analysis forms the foundation of a new assessment of the status of migratory birds of prey in North America. Fifty-three datasets were used, each consisting of 10 to 45 years of counts contributed by migration monitoring sites to HawkCount.org.

To view the 2011 RPI Analysis results, use the menu to the left, or click one of the following: