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Indiana Raptor Center
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A hospital for birds of prey in the hills of Brown County.
A hospital for birds of prey in the hills of Brown County.

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We're excited to announce our fundraiser, Raptor Rendezvous, for 2014. It will be happening at the Abe Martin Lodge in Brown County State Park on September 13 at 5pm. Visit our homepage for more information!
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Check it out! We've got a new dedicated on-line shop at Redbubble. It featured photos and designs by +David Orr. Every cent we make from sales directly goes to rescuing, rehabilitating, and providing long-term care for injured and orphaned birds of prey!
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This book was terrific. Can't wait to see the show.
Did you know our hands trace their origins to fish fins? See how the genetic legacy of a fish that lumbered onto land some 375 million years ago can be seen today in our own DNA. YOUR INNER FISH premieres TONIGHT @ 10/9c on PBS as part of THINK WEDNESDAY. #InnerFishPBS
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Cool!
Love Bald Eagles? Check out this great video of one, shot by our new partner Leica Sport Optics! (Photo by Joann Rice) -> http://bit.ly/1hIYU5l
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Volunteer +David Orr has a collection of InRC photo sets at his Flickr page. Click the link here to view many photos of our patients and residents.
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We still have copies of our 2014 calendar available for purchase! Message us or +David Orr for more details about ordering one. It's not too late in the year, and the 12 original illustrations are collectable on their own!
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Here's Thunderin' Ben, one of our resident Bald Eagles. She was shot in the left wing in 1996 when she was about 5 years old. She came to InRC in 2002 from The World Bird Sanctuary in St. Louis, MO. She weighs nine pounds, eats a little over half a pound per day, and her favorite food is Canadian Walleye (although any fish will be just fine, thank you!). She lives in a large enclosure and greets us each morning with a bald eagle contact call.

Photo by InRC volunteer +David Orr.
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