Help young raptors!

Each spring and summer, our staff and volunteers are kept busy with "baby" raptors who need our help due to human interference, bad weather, or illness and injury. Our clinic works to rehabilitate these young raptors with the goal of returning them to the wild. To learn what you can do if you find a young raptor and think it needs help, visit our page: Help baby Raptors.

And if you want to directly help the next generation of young raptors in our care, consider supporting our Raptor Baby Shower.

OPEN: Tu-F 10-4pm Sa-Su Noon-4pm

FAQ: When are TRC's tours?

Tours run every half hour the following days:
First: 10:30a
Last: 3:30p
First: 12:30p
Last: 3:30p

Spring 2019 Raptor Release magazine

Our Spring 2019 Raptor Release magazine highlights the incredible work our interns do to help The Raptor Center care for over 1,000 raptors each year including one intern who is working with the Galapagos National Park Service. 

Raptor Academy Online Courses

Raptor Academy has a suite of continuing education courses, designed and led by instructors at The Raptor Center who have set the standards for raptor medicine and rehabilitation.  There are self-study courses to take at your own pace, and six week, instructor-led courses.