The Raptor Rescue Network (RRN) is a network of Wyoming Game and Fish, veterinarians, rehab centers, and transport volunteers throughout the state to help provide care to injured raptors. Click here to learn more about our RRN Partners!
Questions about becoming a RRN volunteer? Email Jessie Walters at email@example.com
Teton Raptor Center founded the Raptor Rescue Network in 2015 along with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) in order to coordinate the efforts of Rehab Centers, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, veterinarians, and volunteers to ensure that every injured raptor has access to rehabilitation. In 2019 TRC received another round of funding through NFWF to enhance the Raptor Rescue Network with the hope of better servicing Wyoming's raptors. This initiative will focus on recruiting more transport volunteers in the far reaches of the state, continued education for vets on triage and initial evaluation of injured raptors, and adding more agency partners to the network. With only four centers currently serving Wyoming’s raptors, injured raptors sometimes need to travel hundreds of miles to get the care they need. Fortunately, over 100 Raptor Rescuers have volunteered to provide transportation, and more are joining the team every week. In 2021, RRN volunteers drove or flew 42 injured raptors 9,583 miles, and donated over 165 hours of their personal time!Sign Up to be a Raptor Rescuer!