Support TRC with your Amazon purchases

There are many different ways to support Teton Raptor Center. You can volunteer, donate money, or even bring us your old towels and sheets. We use many different resources behind the scenes to support the birds in our care. So next time you are at the market or Staples or cleaning out your closet or garage, think of us. Listed below are a few items we are always in need of and a few special items that will enhance the quality of care and programming we provide. Thanks for giving a hoot!

If you would like to help us purchase any of these items through a donation click here.


Postage Stamps
Printer Ink
Printer paper
Video Camera
Trash Bags
Dish Soap
Gift Cards: K-Mart, Staples, Amazon, gas stations


Big Wish: Avian Treatment Cages from Snyder Manufacturing

3M Vetrap 2inx5yd
2" Porous Tape
1", 3" or 4" Elastikon Tape
Roll Cotton Bandages
Latex and Non-Latex gloves (blue, size S, M, L)


Falconry Hoods
Heavy duty kitchen scissors
Unscented laundry detergent
Airline approved animal kennels

Vacuum Sealing Bags (to help us preserve and freeze donated fish that we feed to the eagles)

Field Research Supplies

ATV and Trailer
GPS transmitters
Gift cards for gas
Map Drawer


Talon Replica Collection

Big Wishes

Portable sound system with lapel microphone
"Views of the Mews" - Security and webcam system for raptor barns
New Laptop (PC or Mac)

Flat screen T.V.

Computer Monitor


We welcome anyone who is interested in joining our fantastic team of TRC ambassadors. Volunteers help in a variety of ways, including raptor rehabilitation, cleaning, maintenance of the buildings and grounds, office work, bookkeeping, field research, and the delivery of educational programs. Whatever your interest, we have a place for you on our volunteer team!

Visit our volunteer page to find out more!

Help save the BIRDS by purchasing tape and gauze.

Help save the BIRDS by purchasing tape and gauze.

TRC Rehab Coordinator Meghan Warren with a Bald Eagle patient.

TRC Rehab Coordinator Meghan Warren with a Bald Eagle patient.

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