Rehabilitation Education Research Each year, the Alaska Raptor Center provides medical treatment to 100- 200 injured bald eagles and other birds. Our goal is to release our patients back into the wild; some, however, are injured so severely they could not survive in the wild even after rehabilitation. These birds may join our Raptors-in-Residence, providing excitement and education for more than 36,000 annual visitors and for the 15,000 schoolchildren we reach through the Adopt-A-Raptor program and classroom presentations around the country.
42 YEARS OF SERVICE The Alaska Zoo has provided a home for orphaned, injured and abandoned animals for four decades. More than half of our animals call the Zoo home because they could no longer survive in the wild on their own.