(Submitted photo)
(Submitted photo)
The Raptor Resource Project is proud to announce the premier of the PBS NOVA documentary," Eagle Power," premiering Wednesday, May 20, at 8 p.m. Central, on PBS.

The movie presents stunning images of the Decorah Eagles and their story raising young with the challenges of Mother Nature, and continues a chapter in the story of these famous eagles that took the world by surprise in 2011.

“We are very proud to continue educating the world about the bald eagle and carry on this project started by our founding Director Bob Anderson” says John Howe, executive director of the Decorah-based Raptor Resource Project. "We are also very excited to work with BBC and PBS NOVA to help educate the public and eagle fans around the world."

Each year thousands of eagle fans eagerly watch the Decorah Eagles on the famous live cam. Of those followers, many students watch and learn in the classroom using eagle-based education plans crafted by their teachers.

The Decorah Eagles can be watched live on the RRP website: https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams/decorah-eagles/ or at Explore.org: https://explore.org/livecams/raptor-resource-project/decorah-eagles

About RRP
Founded in 1989 by the late Bob Anderson, the non-profit Raptor Resource Project specializes in the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks and owls. RRP creates, improves and directly maintains over 50 nests and nest sites, provide training in nest site creation and management and develops innovations in nest site management and viewing that bring people closer to the natural world.

The RRP mission is to preserve and strengthen raptor populations, expand participation in raptor conservation and help foster the next generation of conservationists.

For more information visit the RRP website at raptorresource.org.