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Healthy Homes

A look into raptor nests

A fresh perspective

The Raptor Center welcomes the new Pat Redig Endowed Chair: Victoria Hall

Raptor health, in our hands

Generosity powers our flight

Promoting precision

 A minimally responsive great horned owl makes a significant turnaround thanks to a new syringe pump donated to the TRC

Low dose, drastic effect

Recent research from TRC measures the danger of a popular pesticide, Imidacloprid, often used on soybeans grown around Minnesota and its affects on birds and raptors.

The cream of the crop

The Raptor Center staff has been teaching and learning from interns and residents since 1990. The center has had 10 residents and 16 interns. 

Wildlife care and handling: A mission-driven minor

The 15-credit minor is delivered both in-classroom and through a field practicum. The core program of the minor includes a managed captive wildlife course, a wildlife care and handling externship, and a choice between a course in principles of conservation biology or principles in wildlife management.