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An important part of the work we do at MWWRC are the education programs we provide for the public. We enjoy reaching out to schools, businesses, and community groups to help others learn about and appreciate these amazing birds. We offer a variety of opportunities to see our raptors up-close and learn about specific species, human/wildlife interactions, and ways the public can help support raptors.

 

Call us at (406) 250-1070 to schedule a tour, a program or an event and pricing.

**Additional charges may apply for travel distance or number of birds requested.

An important part of the work we do at MWWRC are the education programs we provide for the public. We enjoy reaching out to schools, businesses, and community groups to help others learn about and appreciate these amazing birds. We offer a variety of opportunities to see our raptors up-close and learn about specific species, human/wildlife interactions, and ways the public can help support raptors.

 

Call us at (406) 250-1070 to schedule a tour, a program or an event and pricing.

**Additional charges may apply for travel distance or number of birds requested.

MEET OUR EDUCATION RAPTORS

Our number one goal when we admit a raptor to MWWRC, is to rehab and release the bird back into the wild. Any bird that has a chance of being released is never used in our education programs. However, we occasionally rescue birds with such severe injuries that they cannot survive on their own and are un-releasable. We rely on our local veterinarians to help us make this call. If an injured raptor tolerates human contact well and we are able to train it, they become one of our resident education raptors and we utilize them in our education programs. 

Below is an up to date list of all the resident education birds and why they are with us.

*Special thanks to Cassandra Wilson, Liz Banfield, and Scott Crandell for photos of our Education Ambassadors

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