Titan (Bald Eagle)
Titan was sent from the Bird Treatment and Learning Center (Bird TLC-Anchorage) in 2006 from Cold Bay, Alaska. Upon admit they found that he had an injury through the wrist joint of the right wing. Due to the extent of the damage, the wingtip was not able to be saved and was amputated. Titan was then placed at the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary in Ketchikan, where he lived from 2007-2014 when the Alaska Raptor Center took over the bird program. Titan now resides in our natural eagle habitat with Sunset and Dratini.
The Alaska Raptor Center’s Adopt-A-Raptor program allows people around the world to help us care for Alaska’s wild birds. By becoming an adoptive “parent,” you help support the daily care, feeding and any required medical treatment for your adopted bird.
Adoptive “parents” receive an official adoption certificate, a photograph and biography of the adopted bird, natural history information, and a one-year membership to the Alaska Raptor Center. As a member you will receive a 10% discount on all of our gift shop items in future purchases.
Teachers also can bring Alaska’s wildlife into their classrooms with the Alaska Raptor Center’s “Adopt-A-Raptor” program. Classes help provide for the daily care, feeding and medical treatment of their adopted bird. In return, teachers receive curriculum materials to help plan lessons on raptors and their habitats; an adoption certificate and photo of the adopted bird to display in the classroom; natural history and information on the bird; and a one-year membership to the Alaska Raptor Center. Most important, the students learn about stewardship and caring for wild animals, building a foundation and appreciation for nature conservation they can develop as they grow.
Thank you for your support and congratulations!