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Wind River Raptors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating birds of prey that have been injured. To learn more about our rescue operation and facilities and how you can become involved, click MORE.
Wind River Raptors
PO Box 1518
Lander Wyoming 82520
Wind River Raptors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit located in the Sinks Canyon ecosystem near Lander, Wyoming. This is a natural home to many of these birds of prey, within the looming Wind River mountains and surrounded by clear skies and natural wildlife habitats. Wind River Raptors is currently housed at a facility on a privately owned ranch, with specially constructed mews and an indoor flight facility for rehabilitation.
Wind River Raptors is responding to a great need to provide a facility and personnel to rescue, rehabilitate, house, and provide education about birds of prey, as well as help conserve the birds and their habitats.
Many Raptors Need Your Help!
There are many ways you can help Wind River Raptors and birds of prey across the country. You can provide monetary donations, in-kind donations (supplies and equipment), professional services (contractors, fundraisers, wildlife experts, grant writers, etc.), or volunteer to help the non-profit organization.
Contact Wind River Raptors to learn more about our program and how you can donate or become involved. See our How You Can Help page for a list of donation needs!
Due to the delicate nature of raptor rehabilitation, no admission to the facility is allowed unless approved in advance.
Wind River Raptors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to educating current and future generations about birds of prey and their natural habitats. To learn more about our educational programs and how you can sponsor or attend an event, click MORE.
Wind River Raptors
Lander, WY 82520
Wind River Raptors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to rescue, rehabilitation, education, and conservation. We depend on the interest and generosity of people who wish to save wild birds of prey and to educate future generations about the stewardship needed to maintain these magnificent birds. To learn more, click MORE.