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Education, Research

and Rehabilitation

Advancing conservation through
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Join us for one of TRC’s FREE live raptor programs this summer!

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Education

Each year our education team — a dedicated crew of staff, volunteers and 13 resident raptors — delivers 400 live raptor programs for over 30,000 participants.

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Research

Our research team and dedicated conservation volunteers study raptors across the forest, sagebrush and grassland communities of Wyoming and Montana. Our collaborative research guides management actions to ensure long-standing conservation for raptors.

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Rehabilitation

We care for more than 130 injured birds each year in our state-of-the art facility, giving them the opportunity to return to life in the wild.

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Soar along with us in this short video about the invaluable role of raptors and TRC’s work to keep wild birds wild.

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174
Birds Admitted Annually
12
Active Field Research Studies
13
Resident Raptors
200
Annual Education Programs

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