Adrian Rouse Field Research Technician

Adrian grew up in Rochester, NY and became immersed in the world of raptors after volunteering at an education facility called Wild Wings, Inc. Shortly after obtaining a B.S. in conservation biology from SUNY-ESF in Syracuse, NY, Adrian accepted a position as the rehabilitation intern at Teton Raptor Center in May of 2017. It was at TRC where he developed many of the relationships and skills that further propelled him into raptor work, and has since performed seasonal field research positions in Florida, California, Utah, Wyoming, and Montana with (mostly) raptor species. Adrian recently finished a winter field season trapping wintering eagles near Missoula, MT and is excited to jump into the spring and summer field season withTRC! Photo: Adrian holding a young red-tailed hawk at TRC’s fall migration banding station in Montana.

Favorite Raptor: Ferruginous Hawk

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