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.
Veterinary Services Provided by Wind River Veterinary Service in Lander, Wyoming.
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Wind River Raptors
Lander, WY 82520
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.
Wind River Raptors
PO Box 1518
Lander Wyoming 82520
Designing educational displays and meeting the public are key to the success of Wind River Raptors. Education volunteers are well-studied and have an incredible breadth of knowledge about many topics related to raptors.
As in most things, the attention to detail is what makes our organization successful. We have regular maintenance needs in order to keep the Center up and running smoothly, and we have special projects that often take special skills.
Do you have specialized training or own a business and want to help?
We are excited to be offering a paid position for a full-time Development Manager at Wind River Raptors. To learn more about this paid, full-time position, please click on the button below.
Send resumes to info@WindRiverRaptors.org
Some raptors need to be transported from where they were found to Wind River Raptors Center. These raptors are crated and ready for transportation. Anyone with a valid driver's license who is 18 years of age or older is eligible to be part of the Wind River Raptors transport team.
Those who sit on our Scientific Conservation Board are driven to understand raptors and what threats they can face in the wild. This group corresponds primarily through email and looks at what is impacting raptors and designs and executes plans to further the research into raptors.
To be eligible for this position you must have completed the following:
Successfully completed the I.W.R.C. Intro to Wildlife Rehabilitation program; or
Passed the Wyoming Game and Fish falconers exam.
We highly recommend you do both.