New Wyoming program uses volunteers to transport injured birds to rehabilitation centers
Teton Raptor Center
A bald eagle takes flight after a stay at the Teton Raptor Center.
“You want to reach out and help the bird, but you don’t really want to reach out into that,” said Amy McCarthy, executive director of the Teton Raptor Center.
Teton Raptor Center designs nest platform to help reduce power outages and minimize accidental osprey deaths.
Owly, Gus and Ruby are resident raptors at the Teton Raptor Center — a rehabilitation, conservation and educational facility in Wilson, Wyoming. Each has a permanent disability which prevents them from being returned to their natural habitat.