Teton Raptor Center advances raptor conservation through education, research, and rehabilitation
Our thirteen staff members include ecologists, educators, rehabilitators, interns, veterinary students, field technicians, and directors, all with one thing in common: a commitment to avian conservation. We love birds, and we love our jobs!
Teton Raptor Center began in 1991 when two field biologists working in Grand Teton National Park began caring for injured raptors out of their home. Now we care for over 130 injured birds per year at our full equipped rehabilitation facility, and have expanded our mission to include education and research programs. Read more about Teton Raptor Center's history and the people who made it all happen.
Teton Raptor Center is not alone in what we do. We are a part of a much larger "ecosystem" of organizations and agencies that we collaborate with locally, regionally and nationally to advance raptor conservation. Click here to find a full list of our partners here.
Contact us with questions about raptors, TRC, or any other inquiries.
Found an Injured Raptor?
Teton Raptor Center cares for injured, ill and orphaned birds of prey 365 days per year. Our Raptor Hotline accepts calls from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily. 307-203-2551. Press 1.
Our board brings diverse perspectives to TRC, with lawyers, artists, financial planners, falconers, and folks from many other professions who share our commitment to raptors. They go above and beyond providing excellent advice. You will frequently find board members fixing a shelf, blowing snow from the walkways, or just stopping by to ask, "how can I help?"