• Baby Barred Owlet Is Growing Up

    This baby barred owl came to us after he lost his home in a large tree when it was cut down. His brother was killed and mom and dad were

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  • Baby Crow Nestlings

    These babies came to us after the tree containing their nest was cut down. They’re eating voraciously and growing bigger every day. Like most babies, its nap time once their tummies

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  • Please Save Our Homes

    This little nugget got to spend a night with us this past weekend. He was found by some 4-wheelers a little too directly in their path and brought to the center

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The Medina Raptor Center is a private facility dedicated to the rehabilitation of injured raptors and other birds. Since their recovery requires not only medical treatment but a safe and low stress environment the Center is not open to the public and does not provide tours except under limited conditions. We do offer programs both on and off site that include our educational birds. These are posted on our website and facebook page and we hope you can take advantage of them to learn more about our mission. The Center gratefully appreciates your interest and support of our work.

Group Programs

Educational Outreach Programs

Our Educational Outreach programs provide a variety of activities and information that can be focused to the needs and desires of many types of groups, including, schools, churches, 4-H, scouting, seniors, libraries, and other community groups…
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Raptor Sponsorship

Sponsor an Educational Ambassador

Most of the birds that come to us are released back into the wild, but some cannot be released due to permanent injuries. They then can become one of the Raptor Center’s educational program birds…
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Donate

Donations

Funding for the Medina Raptor Center relies exclusively on donations. There is no paid staff and all contributions are used to provide food, housing and medical care for the birds…
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Volunteer

Volunteer

Our volunteers are special people that are the backbone of our organization. They donate their free time, come out in all kinds of weather, and do whatever jobs need doing …
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