Poo-Poo Updates

February 26, 2018 - Second Largest Poo-Poo Screen Order Ever!

USFS's Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest purchased 350 Poo-Poo Screens (includes a number of Sponsored Screens) to install throughout their forest. Who purchased the Largest Poo-Poo Screen Order? USFS's Rocky Mountain Regional Office purchased 800 Poo-Poo Screens for six National Forests in 2013 to help launch the Poo-Poo Project. USFS is Teton Raptor Center's largest Poo-Poo Project Partner with over 7,000 Poo-Poo Screens purchased.


January 24, 2018 - Poo-Poo Project sells it 11,000th Poo-Poo Screen!

Yosemite National Park purchases 50 Poo-Poo Screens and Teton Raptor Center donates 10 Sponsored Poo-Poo Screens, for a total of 60 screens that will protect cavity-nesting birds throughout the California park. This Poo-Poo order also captured our 11,000th Poo-Poo Screens sold since 2013. January 4, 2018 - Poo-Poo Project goes international! For the very first time, TRC’s Poo-Poo Screens are being shipped across US borders … to Canada. British Columbia Parks recently purchased Poo-Poo Screens to prevent cavity-nesting birds from becoming entrapped in outhouses through the ventilation pipes. The screens will be installed at Charlie Lake Provincial Park in Northern BC.


August 18, 2017 - Poo Screens sent to U.S. Territory

The Poo-Poo Project can now be found at Virgin Islands National Park and and Coral Reef National Monument.


August 14, 2017 - The Poo-Poo Project in all 50 States!

The Poo-Poo Project confirmed that Bellevue State Park in Delaware was in need of Poo-Poo Screens and 4 Sponsored Poo-Poo Screens were sent to that location. This was very significant because Teton Raptor Center had Poo-Poo Projects in every state ... except Delaware. Thus we have achieved another goal of having Poo-Poo Projects in all 50 States!


On July 31, 2017 - Poo-Poo Project sells its 10,000th Poo-Poo Screen!

The Poo-Poo Project achieved an impressive conservation milestone as Missoula Concrete Construction, a national provider of vault concrete toilets and a long-time supporter of the Poo-Poo Project, purchased the 10,000th Poo-Poo Screen. Their conservation-minded staff has also added a free Teton Raptor Center Poo-Poo Screen option for its vault toilet purchasers. “We are very proud to support TRC’s Poo-Poo Project and will continue to do our part in ensuring the safety of all wild birds who come in contact with our vault toilets.” - Adam Bauer, Owner of Missoula Concrete Construction. Go Poo-Poo!

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