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.

Veterinary Services Provided by Wind River Veterinary Service in Lander, Wyoming,

and by  The Stock Doc in Riverton, Wyoming.

HOW YOU
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Education

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Wind River Raptors
Lander, WY 82520
307-349-0409

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 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.

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Wind River Raptors
PO Box 1518
Lander Wyoming 82520

Socrates — This beautiful, blind barn own is sponsored by the Starks family. Because of his blindness, he cannot be released and is an educational bird and will have a permanent home at Wind River Raptors.


Do you want to sponsor a rehab or educational raptor? See more on our How You Can Help page.

Norton – Educational Bird. Male Peregrine/Gyr Falcon hybrid. Currently residing at Wind River Raptors under the direction of falconer and Executive Director Nathan Barnes.

EducaTion Services

Wind River Raptors, through executive director Nathan Barnes and other staff, can provide educational programs with birds of prey to individuals, school groups, or organizations. Please contact us for more information.

Sponsors are needed to support educational programs in our schools and for the public.

EDUCATIONAL BIRDS AT WIND RIVER RAPTORS

Artemis – Educational Bird. Female Red-Tailed Hawk. Currently residing at Wind River Raptors under the direction of falconer and Executive Director Nathan Barnes.

Due to the delicate nature of raptor rehabilitation, no admission to the facility is allowed unless approved in advance.