Teton Raptor Center released its 25th raptor back to the wild Thursday. This was an immature female Cooper’s Hawk that had been rescued after presumably hitting a structure in Jackson – possibly a window or a fence. The homeowners noticed the injured hawk and called Teton Raptor Center. Cooper’s Hawks have adapted to living in urban areas and are often seen hunting pigeons and doves, but the speedy birds can get in to trouble when they collide with human structures. Raptor Center Spokesperson Meghan Warren says people can reduce window strikes by hanging items outside the windows and being sure that bird feeders are located away from large windows.