Montana Raptor Conservation Center responds to almost 200 distressed raptors a year.
Don't Wait. Time is critical for survival.
Community outreach through raptor education and awareness are important parts to our mission.
Your support is essential to our work, and there are many ways to give.
This article was published originally in the September-October 2015 Bugle, and appears here courtesy of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
When outfitter Warren Johnson came [...]
This year’s annual Family Fun Day was another big success for MRCC! At last check, we raised over $6,000 and had several hundred folks come visit the center. All of the money [...]
With a heavy heart we must share that Nigel, our spry Northern Saw-whet raptor ambassador, passed in late June. Nigel came to us in 2010 from Livingston, MT suffering from a [...]
MRCC released Coopers Hawk COHA 139-14 on 3/11/15. But, this was not your typical rescue and rehabilitation.
MRCC initially received the bird on 9/20/14 from Bozeman. It [...]
GHOW 19-15 when first admitted
We don’t usually see injured or orphaned baby raptors until early to mid-April. But this year, they started coming into MRCC early.
On Ma [...]
Brian Kahn of “Home Ground,” the popular Yellowstone Public Radio program, heard about the work MRCC is doing and was inspired to come by the center. The result [...]
Meet our Krider’s Hawk. She is in training and should soon be seen at our educational events.
The Krider’s Hawk is a pale, distinct population of Red-tailed Haw [...]
By Montana Raptor Conservation Center.
On April 20, 2014, a Great Horned Owl nestling was brought from Billings to the Montana Raptor Conservation Center. Staff believed the [...]
Brian and Krista Seneker about to release a female Great Horned Owl
Author: Jeannie Counce
It’s not often we get to see a raptor rescue, recovery, and release first hand. But [...]
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