Medina Raptor Center
Established in 1990, the Medina Raptor Center is now one of Ohio's leading raptor rehabilitation facilities. We treat over 400 birds each year. Most come to us with human-related injuries, such as motor vehicle collisions, poisoning (often by pesticides), gunshot wounds, and cat attacks. All receive individual attention, appropriate veterinary care, physical therapy, training and conditioning before return to the wild.
MRC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with all the required state and federal licenses. It depends solely on the generosity of our contributors, the donations of services by skilled veterinarians and countless hours provided by our volunteers.
Our purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured or orphaned birds. We work with songbirds, waterfowl, and specialize in birds of prey. Professional medical treatment is donated by a number of local veterinarians. Our job is to provide the birds with post-treatment care (such as wound management, medications and physical therapy) in order to return them to the wild. This treatment is provided at our small medical facility and through the use of more than 40 cages of various sizes for therapy and flight work. We also utilize falconry equipment and techniques to provide physical conditioning and flight practice for the birds.
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