Friends and volunteers

Give the breath of life to raptors in need

Thanks to The Raptor Center’s outstanding donors, last year we were able to purchase an oxygen concentrator for our clinic.

A pillar to our community

The Raptor Center (TRC) remembers the legacy of Paul Verret, longtime supporter and friend who recently passed.

Raptors of the North Shore with the North House Folk School

Join for a free virtual program to learn more about the raptors of the North Shore.

Promoting a healthy coexistence

Highlighting our partnership with Minneapolis Animal Care and Control

Raptor health, in our hands

Generosity powers our flight

Dedicated, devoted, Dorothy

Dorothy Kelly is the TRC volunteer with the longest number of consecutive years volunteering. She first joined us in October of 1982 when her daughter invited her to a volunteer interest meeting.

Adjusting to a new reality

While there is currently no scientific evidence that raptors can contract or carry the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, the pandemic has impacted us at The Raptor Center (TRC) in a number of ways.

Congratulations graduates!

The school year has come to an end and some of our own are fledging the nest and graduating. Congratulations graduates, and thank you for being part of The Raptor Center!

TRC and Medtronic collaborate to measure stress in raptors

The Raptor Center (TRC) is collaborating with Matthew Bonner, PhD, research scientist at Medtronic, Inc., on creating a physiological way to measure stress in raptors.

Eagles released back to Red Wing habitat

Kelly Auxier, digital communications specialist on the Advancement team at the College of Veterinary Medicine, prepares to release a juvenile bald eagle in Red Wing, Minn., on December 20.