Baby Fever

Spring marks start of busy season fielding concerned calls about young raptors.

TRC honors the legacy of educational ambassador Artemis

In February, The Raptor Center (TRC) said goodbye to Artemis the peregrine falcon, one of its beloved educational ambassadors.

Clinic statistics

The year 2020 certainly will go down in history for many reasons. At The Raptor Center, it could be called the year of the owls. 

Raptor spotlight: Warner

Found on the ground with head trauma from an unknown source, Warner now has a permanent home with The Raptor Center as an educational ambassador.

Earth Day raptor releases

It's Earth Day, and The Raptor Center had six individual bird releases! See their stories and see pictures from each.

Raptor Center volunteers release three snowy owls

In early April, we had three snowy owls to release on the same day. Our amazing Raptor Center volunteers were there to usher them back to the wild.

March Gladness - A month of bird releases in pictures

March was a busy month in our clinic and things won't slow down anytime soon. We released 26 birds back to the wild this month. See a collection of these raptors in our slideshow.

Enhanced views to improve raptor care

A new digital radiograph machine has improved the care we provide to the patients in our care. See the difference and enhanced clarity of our x-ray images, and learn how it has already led to better care for one of our clinic patients.

Cold snap no match for bald eagles

Bald eagles stick around during the winter, braving the cold Minnesota temps. Due to their amazing adaptations to survive in the cold, we can continue to release eagles throughout the winter.

Freedom's next adventure

Freedom the bald eagle came to The Raptor Center in perhaps the most dramatic way possible - but he's now about to begin his next big adventure at a New Jersey zoo.