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Join us this week for special MEA programming!

If you're looking for a weekday adventure for you and your family, we are presenting our Raptors of Minnesota program each of the following days starting at 1pm:

The Raptor Center is thrilled to announce $54,000 in matching gift funds for Give to the Max day.  This means all gifts up to $54,000 will be matched on Thursday, November 14 by three loyal donors; Rachel Hollstadt, the Acorn Charitable Trust and the Sarah J. Andersen Fund of the Hugh J. Andersen Foundation. 

During this timeframe,  TRC raises a significant portion of the funds needed to support our work. Please give generously. If you have questions, please contact Ellen Orndorf at eorndorf@umn.edu or 612-624-8457.

Take advantage of our Cyber Monday deal, December 2, and take 20% off our online gift store items with the code: TRC2019CyberMonday

Our online store has new items, perfect for the raptor lover in your life!
All day long, use the code TRC2019CyberMonday and you'll receive 20% off the sales price.

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Wildlife rehabilitation is full of highs and lows, and while we wish we could save every raptor that comes through our clinic doors, the truth is that there are many hard decisions we have to make for the health and wellness of each individual bird. For those we cannot save, we strive to use their stories to inform our research and to educate others.

On Friday, October 18 we received a very surprising patient in our clinic – a nestling barn owl!

In all of The Raptor Center’s 45 years, we’ve never had a nestling barn owl admitted to our clinic. While barn owls are known to occasionally nest in Minnesota, there are very few reported nests as our state is just on the edge of their typical nesting range.

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The Raptor Center depends on public support for 60% of our annual budget.

Please give today.