April 24, 2013
SOAR - Saving Our Avian Resources continues to grow each year -- both in number of raptor and migratory bird patients, but also in support from those living in Iowa and those connected to us by a common ideal. Having worked with Kay for over 20 years, her passion for raptor rehabilitation, raptor education, and raptor research continues to inspire the people she meets, encouraging each one to do what they can... I hope, if you're reading this, that you have or will visit the website (www.soarraptors.org) and the Facebook page and that you will support SOAR in whatever way you can.
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January 31, 2012
I have worked with Kay on many projects since we met back in 1992! There are no employees at SOAR, just a bunch of us volunteers being led by a dedicated, self-less Executive Director. While I share in Kay's passion for raptors, I only have a teeny, tiny bit of the passion, energy, and devotion that she shows to each and every bird that comes to SOAR. I began volunteering for SOAR in 2010 and help with "all things technical" that I can. Managing the SOAR website is something that I can do from hours away! Soon