Sarah comes to the Teton Raptor Center team with a love and passion for the outdoors and all wildlife that inhabit it. She obtained her Bachelor degree in Environmental Science and Policy at Southern Oregon University, and while attending school there, also spent time interning as a wildlife care specialist participating in mammal rehabilitation and education development in Oregon. After graduating, Sarah made her way to Wyoming to work with Teton Science School as an Americorps field education member, and in that process came into an opportunity that arose for her to join the Teton Raptor Center education team as an Americorps intern. Sarah spent 1 year and 7 months interning through the Americorps program at Teton Raptor Center and has now accepted a full time position as the Education Coordinator. She plans to continue to grow her passion and interest in all things raptors and education with the TRC team!
Favorite Raptor: Flammulated Owl