Mission: Teton raptor center helps birds of prey though
Programs: Education: teton raptor center provides educational programs onsite and through outreach to schools and at events in an effort to deepen the understanding of and appreciation for birds of prey and their habitats. Our live raptor programs and demonstrations highlight the following topics: traits of raptors, adaptations of diurnal and nocturnal raptors, fables and stories about raptors, local birds of prey, predator and prey relationships in a food chain, conservation trends relating to raptors, migration and falconry. In 2014, teton raptor center delivered 402 programs to 16,494 participants. Between 2010 and 2014, trc's program participation have inspired 87,470 students of all ages to care about birds of prey.
conservation: teton raptor center supports and leads on-the-ground conservation initiatives to protect birds of prey and their habitat. The port-o-potty owl project (poo-poo project), an initiative to help protect cavity-nesting owls from entrapment within vault toilets on our public lands continues to grow. In 2014, teton raptor center distributed 1,793 vent screens expanding our project area to 14 different states. In the spring of 2014, the u. S. Forest service, in recognition of the innovativ
rehabilitation: teton raptor center offers rescue, emergency medical treatment, and rehabilitive care to injured, ill, and orphaned birds of prey in an effort to return these birds to the wild. Trc is one of only two facilities in the state of wyoming offering this scope of care for birds of prey. Additionally, trc serves birds from eastern and central idaho. In 2014, trc admitted 94 raptors, representing 20 unique species, for a total of 2,252 patient care days. We achieved a 47% release rate f