Call: 612-624-4745

Currently due to coronoavirus concerns, our on site staff is very limited. If you find an injured raptor or you are a professional in need of guidance/consultation on an active case, please give us a call and leave a message. Staff is on site between 8am and 5pm and will return calls as quickly as possible. If you call outside of those times, we will respond the following morning once back in the office. Thank you for your patience during this difficult time.

Please be sure to speak with a staff member before bringing any raptors to our clinic. Thank you and be well.

Patient follow-up

While we do not have the resources to respond to multiple requests for updates, we want to ensure that, if interested, you know the outcome of your efforts and are happy to provide this information via email, and put "patient outcome" in the subject line. Please be patient during this time as on site staff is very limited and responses to patient follow-up emails may be delayed.

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Patient Statistics

2020 year to date total- 75

Current patient count- 61

2019 total - 847

2018 total - 956

Current patient census

Some of our patients are housed in convalescent spaces as they recover from their injuries or illness. Others are housed in flight spaces; these patients are in various stages of rehabilitation and pre-release preparations. 

As of March 4, 2020

Bald Eagle 15
Golden Eagle 0
American Kestrel 2
Peregrine Falcon 2
Merlin 1
Hawks - Accipiters
Cooper's Hawk 1
Northern Goshawk 0
Sharp-Shinned Hawk 0
Hawks - Buteos
Broad-Winged Hawk 5
Red-Shouldered Hawk 0
Red-Tailed Hawk 10
Rough-Legged Hawk 0
Barred Owl 10
Eastern Screech-Owl 2
Great Gray Owl 1
Great Horned Owl 9
Long-Eared Owl 0
Northern Hawk-Owl 0
Northern Saw-Whet Owl 3
Short-Eared Owl 0
Snowy Owl 0
Northern Harrier 0
Osprey 0
Turkey Vulture 0
Other 0