The Medina Raptor Center is a state and federally licensed facility dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of birds of prey. Our mission also includes educational outreach programs to educate children and adults about raptors, their role in the ecosystem, and the need to preserve their habitat. We are a 501(c)(3) non profit organization and support of our programs is tax deductible. More...
Find a Baby or Injured Bird?
If you find an abandoned or injured bird go to our Rescue Information page to determine the best way to handle the situation. br>
If you have a bird that needs medical care call us immediately at (330) 667-2386. Do not e-mail us since we may not receive your e-mails until it is too late to help.
Note: Water fowl cannot be accepted at the Center due to the Avian Flu outbreak. In addition the Center cannot treat injured mammals (deer, raccoons, opossums etc.). Contact the Ohio Wildlife Rehabilitators Association or the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for help with abandoned baby or injured water fowl or mammals.
Latest News and Upcoming Events
The ODA has lifted the ban on transportation and exhibition of birds in Ohio. Our educational ambassador birds can now attend events and programs outside of our facility.
Birds of Prey Weekend
On February 14, 2016 The Medina Raptor Center will be at the Birds of Prey Weekend giving two separate programs on the raptors found in Ohio!
Shreve Migration Sensation
On March 12 Come join us for the 16th annual Shreve Migration Sensation in Shreve, OH!
Come join us on Saturday, March 19 from 11:00 – 3:00 at Wolf Creek Environmental Center for our Migration Madness event hosted by the Medina County Parks and the Medina Raptor Center!
The Medina Raptor Center has been invited to participate in the annual Brunswick Pet Palooza fundraiser! Join us there on April 16.
Help Put Food on the Table for our Birds.
Donations of gift certificates from RodentPro® will help feed the close to 500 patients that will come through the Center in the coming months.
Help Preserve Raptor Habitat
Lead and rodenticide poisonings are on the uptick in wild bird populations. Learn how you can help reduce the amount of these toxins in bird habitats.
Want to help the birds at Medina Raptor Center?
Consider making a material donation to Medina Raptor Center. Click here to view Medina Raptor Center's 2014 Wish List. (.pdf)
Fall 2015/Winter 2016 Newsletter:
The Medina Raptor Center Fall 2015/Winter 2016 Newsletter is now available. Click here to download the newsletter. (.pdf)
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