Teton Raptor Center's education team includes Acting Education Director Sarah Pruden, a crew of dedicated staff and volunteers, and thirteen resident raptors. Every year the Education Team delivers about 400 live raptor education programs for over 30,000 participants!
When a raptor becomes ill or injured it may not recover well enough to be returned to the wild. These birds can no longer balance ecosystems. Even in captivity they are given dignity and respect as "wild" animals. Their new job is to teach! Our resident raptors serve two roles. Their first role is to give humans a chance to view them up close (at arm's length-they don't like to be touched!) so that we can see their beauty and adaptions firsthand. Their second role is to help us appreciate the work their wild counterparts are doing for the environment. Anytime we meet a raptor at a nature center or zoo we should learn as much as we can, and give wild raptors a bit more space in their habitats so they can have greater success!
Follow this link to view different nest cams for some of our favorite raptor species.
See how some wildlife refuges and zoos are using digital platforms to encourage distance learning.
See how some museums are using their digital platforms to give us a look inside remotely.
Explore wildlife related activities and games that you can play at home.
Discover a world of books and virtual reading opportunities, all geared towards raptors and conservation.
Learn about free online educational resources you can use at home.
Watch different educational video series sponsored by TRC and partners.
These Avian Ambassadors educate over 30,000 people per year!
Your resource for fun facts, ID tips, and general ecology of the raptors of North America.
Twenty tips for making the world a safer place for raptors.
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