Currently we are not open for drop-in tours. We often take the birds off-site on educational outreach programs to schools and community events. And, our birds also require days off for their own well-being. If you are unable to visit during our public Raptor Encounters programs, we do offer private tours by appointment. View our latest program opportunities here.
Please refer to our Found an Injured Bird Page. Injured raptors require prompt treatment so it is important to contact your local wildlife rehabilitation center or state Game and Fish Department. If you are in the Jackson area, please call Teton Raptor Center’s injured raptor hotline: 307.203.2551 option 1.
Yes, Teton Raptor Center is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Our education, research, and rehabilitation initiatives are largely made possible through the generous contributions of individuals, families, foundations, and businesses. Donations are tax-deductible.