Meet our resident raptors and learn about birds of prey in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Enjoy a 50 minute educational experience with live raptors at our location in Wilson, Wyoming. Offered on Tuesdays at 1:00 pm (June 22- September 28, 2021)
A 50 minute “Raptor Encounter” exclusively for your private group of up to 10 people. This program takes place at our campus in Wilson, Wyoming and must be scheduled 48 hours in advance.
A 75 minute “Raptor Encounter” with FOUR raptors exclusively for your private group of up to 10 people AND a behind the scenes tour of our bird care facilities. This program takes place at our campus in Wilson, Wyoming and must be scheduled 48 hours in advance.
Meet the birds at your location for an unique, up-close, arm's length learning experience at your next special event, including corporate retreats, family reunions, weddings, birthdays, special dinners or other group gatherings at your home or other venue. These 60 minute programs are an opportunity to meet our resident raptors, and must be scheduled in advance.
Enjoy a tranquil mid-day float on a guided vintage wooden boat tour down the Snake River with Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures as you discover raptors, other wildlife, and explore the natural world from the river. The float trip on Fridays ends with a 45-minute Raptor Encounter with Teton Raptor Center. This experience is recommended for birding enthusiasts of all ages.
Let one of our owls pop in to say hello during your next meeting! Corporate meetings, family gatherings, online classes for school, and more — if you're meeting on Zoom, Google Hangout, or Go2Meeting we would love to join you!
Live raptors just a few feet away or close up on a virtual platform is an exciting experience students never forget! Three live raptors are brought to our classroom visits. These classroom visits are designed to allow students to experience a learning adventure that is tailored to their age, understanding, and current learning objectives. Discussion topics may include traits of raptors, adaptations of diurnal and nocturnal raptors, fables and stories about raptors, local birds of prey, predator and prey relationships in a food chain, conservation trends and much more.