Rocky Mountain Raptor Program (RMRP)
The RMRP is a raptor rehabilitation and education organization that has
worked closely with the scientific community for more than 25 years.
The RMRP cares for more than 300 injured raptors every year, with the
goal of releasing them back into the wild. About 30 nonreleasable
raptors form the core of the RMRP environmental education program, which
reaches hundreds of thousands of people in Colorado and southern Wyoming
The RMRP works closely with Colorado State University’s Veterinary
Teaching Hospital to provide medical care for more than 300 injured
raptors every year. The organization cooperates with a variety of
research projects through CSU, CDC, and USGS studying such challenges as
West Nile Virus.
After 25 years as part of Colorado State University, we are now a
separate nonprofit organization that has recently settled into a
new facility on the north edge of Fort Collins..