A program of Jamestown Education Foundation

The Conanicut Island Raptor Project (CIRP) is dedicated to the preservation, study and enjoyment of Jamestown's birds of prey. It is CIRP's belief that an informed community that values its wildlife will act responsibly to protect wild animals and the habitat on which they depend for survival.

Rob Bierregaard,PhD

CIRP is a Community partnership that includes the Audubon Society of Rhode Island, the Conanicut Island Land Trust, the Jamestown Conservation Commision, the Jamestown Education Foundation (JEF), the Jamestown School Department, the Town of Jamestown, the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority (RITBA) and Rob Bierregaard, PhD. Its purpose is to educate the public about the important link between wildlife and the natural habitat that supports it.












Chris Powell

Betsy Gooding











Mark Baker

Tony Lush

Samira Hakki









Jamestown Education Foundation

Jamestown Conservation Commission

The Audubon Society of Rhode Island

Jamestown Conservation Commission

Town of Jamestown

R.I. Bridge and Turnpike Authority











Flint Audio-Video

Advance Web Marketing

The Jamestown Press

Wireless Video Cameras









Onne van der Wal

Kate Petrie Photography

Peter LaTourrette

Deb Seger Pini

Rey Larsen

Bob Weaver

Chris Powell


Initial funding for this project came from grants from the Jamestown Education Foundation and the The James Talcott Fund.

Contact Us:
Conanicut Island Raptor Project
c/o Chris Powell
38 Mt. Hope Avenue
Jamestown, RI 02835
(401) 423-1492

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