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Marta Curti

Despite growing up in a big city, or perhaps because of it, Marta became fascinated with wildlife at a very young age. Seeing deer grazing at a local park, or hearing the howls… Continue reading »

Angel Muela

Angel Muela has been working with raptors for the best part of his life. He began working in wildlife rehabilitation centers in his native Spain when he was 15 years old and when he moved to the U.S. … Continue reading »

Fernando Enrique

From a very young age Fernando was fascinated by the kettles of raptors that formed above his home and the multitude of birds that he saw in his neighborhood gardens. Continue reading »

Yeray Seminario

Yeray Seminario is (still) a young birdwatcher who has a special affinity for raptors. The first bird he remembers identifying – when he was twelve years old - was a rarity! Continue reading »

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Pat Benson

Patrick Benson doesn’t remember a time when raptors weren’t a part of his life. Being born in Boise, Idaho, to parents with a love of the outdoors influenced him greatly, as did his early encounters with Morley Nelson… Continue reading »

Shiv Kapila

When Shiv first became interested in raptors he was still small enough to count himself as possible prey for some of them. Continue reading »

Abdou Lo

Abdou was born Thiaméne, a small town in Senegal in the region of Louga. He spent the majority of his youth with his family in Richard Toll, and after finishing his studies at the University of Dakar in the faculty of letters… Continue reading »

Hem Subedi

Hem was born and raised on the edge of Chitwan National Park. No doubt growing up surrounded by Great Hornbills and tigers helped form his future as a wildlife conservationist. Continue reading »

Beny Wilson

Venicio "Beny" Emmanuelle Wilson Altamiranda was born in Almirante, in the province of Bocas del Toro in Western Panama, in a house surrounded by beautiful creeks and swamp forests. Continue reading »