Nico Arcilla Posted May 18 Share Posted May 18 The Raptor Research Foundation is now accepting proposals for the 2023 Beingolea Grant, which provides financial support for field research on birds of prey in Latin America (including the Guianas) and the Caribbean. Projects that bring attention to poorly known raptor species, ecosystems, or research questions are especially encouraged, as are projects that include a conservation and/or community engagement component. This grant was established in honor of Peruvian falconer and raptor researcher Oscar Beingolea. Grant Amount: $2,000 plus waived publication fees in the Journal of Raptor Research Raptor researchers conducting field research in Latin America and/or the Caribbean (Mexico, Central America, South America and associated islands) are eligible to apply. The next deadline for proposals is June 30. For more information on application requirements, and to apply, please visit: https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/grants-awards/beingolea-raptor-research-grant/ To learn about the winning 2022 Beingolea Grant projects: https://www.birdpartners.org/post/ibcp-congratulates-the-2022-beingloea-grant-winner https://www.birdpartners.org/post/felicidades-a-la-ganadora-de-la-beca-de-investigación-de-aves-rapaces-oscar-beingolea-2022 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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