College of Veterinary Medicine

Raptors 

Sponsor-a-Raptor


Dr. Erik Stauber with a Red Tailed Hawk

Charlie, a red-tailed hawk, has been a
permanent resident since 1981.

The College of Veterinary Medicine invites you, your family, school, or organization to become involved in the WSU "Adopt-a-Raptor" program.

By becoming an "Adopt-a-Raptor" sponsor you can help ensure these magnificent birds are provided with food, shelter, and medical care for one year.

Sponsor Form


We have many different sponsorship levels to fit your budget including:


 
  First Responder  $50   Continuing Care Giver  $100
  • Certificate of Sponsorship
  • Auto Decal
  • Printed Picture
  • History and Species Fact Sheet
  • Certificate of Sponsorship
  • Auto Decal
  • 4x6 Picture
  • History and Species Fact Sheet

  Definitive Care Giver  $250   First Flight Steward  $500
  • Certificate of Sponsorship
  • Auto Decal
  • 4x6 Picture
  • Invitation to the release of a rehabilitated bird*
  • History and Species Fact Sheet
  • Certificate of Sponsorship
  • Auto Decal
  • 5x7 Picture
  • "Adopt-a-Raptor" T-Shirt
  • Invitation to the release of a rehabilitated bird*
  • History and Species Fact Sheet
  Wild Release Patron  $1000  
  • Certificate of Sponsorship
  • Auto Decal
  • 8x12 Picture
  • "Adopt-a-Raptor" T-Shirt
  • Invitation to the release of a rehabilitated bird*
  • History and Species Fact Sheet
*Invitation to release may not be the same species or precise bird that you have adopted.


Please note sponsorship of raptor does not transfer ownership of or provide entitlement to the "adopted" raptor.


Species Available to Sponsor

Meet the Resident Birds

Eagles: Golden Eagle

Falcons: Peregrine Falcon, American Kestrel (sparrow hawk)

Hawks:  Sharp-Shinned Hawk, Red Tailed Hawk, Rough-Legged Hawk

Owls: Western Screech Owl, Northern Saw Whet Owl, Great Horned

Watch videos of recent raptor releases

 

For questions about giving, contact Lynne Haley,
Director of Development, at (509) 335-5021 or lhaley@vetmed.wsu.edu.
Last Edited: Oct 14, 2013 3:33 PM   

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