The Raptor Center
The Raptor Center rehabilitates more than 700 sick and injured raptors each year, while helping to identify emerging environmental issues related to raptor health and populations. An internationally renowned education facility, The Raptor Center trains veterinary students and veterinarians from around the world to become future leaders in raptor medicine and conservation. In addition, The Raptor Center reaches more than 200,000 people annually through its unique public education programs and events.
Donations to The Raptor Center help provide:
• Care and treatment of more than 700 sick and injured raptors each year
• Raptor education programs for thousands of children and adults nationwide
• Specialized training for veterinarians in raptor medicine, surgery, and rehabilitation
• Ongoing research and conservation efforts on behalf of avian species
Adopting an ambassador bird is a fun way to support the work of The Raptor Center. Adoption gifts help feed, house, and provide medical care for these education stars, who because of extensive injuries cannot be released back into the wild. Adoption gifts also allow TRC to do education programs for schools that could not otherwise afford these unique presentations and provide care to sick and injured raptors who will be released back into the wild. Adopt-A-Raptor today or learn about raptors in the program on our raptor adoptees page!
Your donations help us rehabilitate sick and injured birds, educate conservation-minded veterinarians, reach out to the community with unique education programs, and conduct exciting field studies to understand how changes in the natural world affect wild raptors. Donations of any size make you a Friend of The Raptor Center!
Help protect raptors and the world we share by recycling your used inkjet cartridges. You are invited to participate in The Raptor Center’s Recycling for Raptors program. Started in 2003, this activity helps individuals and organizations recycle their inkjet printer cartridges while raising funds to support The Raptor Center.