The Raptor Center

University's Raptor Center Releases Rehabilitated Eagle Into The WildAn eagle that was saved by a mother and her teenage son is now back in the wild. Last month, the two were driving in Danbury, Wisconsin when an eagle on the side of the road took flight, and they hit it with their SUV.
Good Question: How Do Birds Know Where To Migrate?Different species of birds have different ways of navigating. But all migrating birds, over time, develop a mental map, allowing them to follow waterways and landmarks.
Post-Rehab, Injured Snowy Owl Ready To Be ReleasedA rare snowy owl that gained national attention when it was apparently hit by a bus in the nation's capital is scheduled to be released into the wild after a rehab stint in Minnesota. The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota plans to release the owl on Saturday along the northern Minnesota and Wisconsin border.
Raptor Center On Mission To Protect Galapagos AnimalsThe University of Minnesota Raptor Center will head to the Galapagos island of Pinzón next week to in a continuing effort to help the endangered Pinzón giant tortoises and hawks.
Eaglet Recovering After Long Struggle To Free WingAfter thousands of webcam viewers watched an eaglet struggle to free his wing for hours Friday, the wounded and weary eaglet is recovering and receiving medical care at the Raptor Center.