The Center for Birds of Prey

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The Center for Birds of Prey offers visitors a unique insight into the lives and impressive adaptations of nearly 50 species of birds of prey including eagles, hawks, owls, falcons, kites and vultures.
Wild birds are among the world's most illuminating sentinel species. Birds are numerous, conspicuous, diverse, widespread and particularly sensitive to environmental changes. The ecological status of wild birds directly reflects the condition of the ecosystem and biodiversity as a whole. Environmental issues that impact wild bird populations often have potential human health implications as well.
Whether you are a birder, a photographer or simply want to spend the day outdoors, we invite you to explore the natural history of birds of prey through guided walking tours, personalized environmental education programs and striking free-flight demonstrations.
All proceeds from your admission go to support the Avian Conservation Center, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.
353 Reviews Rating: 4.8 4.8 out of 5.0
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Last 3 months 15 43 0 = 43 100% 4.9
Last 6 months 37 99 3 = 96 97% 4.8
Last 12 months 93 257 3 = 254 99% 4.8
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
  Date Attended Gender Age Where From Group Type
Rating: 5
Very informative
Sat, Mar 14  2:00 PM Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
Attended: The Center for Birds of Prey Tour & Grounds Access
Presenters were very knowledgable and really cared about the birds. They made us aware that we also have a role in rescuing these birds and preventing injuries by, for instance, not throwing food out our car windows.
Rating: 4
Fri, Mar 13  10:30 AM Female 70+ Local Family With Children
Attended: The Center for Birds of Prey Tour & Grounds Access
The young guide did a nice job, even though the day was unseasonably cold and windy, and the show in the outside amphitheater was good. Unfortunately, there was no inside facility for taking a break from the winds or having some refreshment so we left early. (I had a five-year-old grandson who thoroughly enjoyed the comments by the guide but your site does not seemed geared to the interests of children.)

Signage was also an issue. You had recently relocated the entry but neither the website nor the highway sign had been changed. We spent 15 or 20 minutes on Seewee Road, trying to find you. I finally called and got better directions.
Rating: 5
Wonderful Three Hour Visit
Thu, Mar 12  2:00 PM Female 60-69 Local Couple on a Date
Attended: The Center for Birds of Prey Tour & Grounds Access
The folks at the center are knowledgeable and fun. The birds are magnificent. We watched demonstrations with Falcons and Hawks and kites and vultures. We viewed Eagles and owls and osprey. The grounds are pretty and so enjoyed walking the paths around the birds residences. I promised to bring family members when they visit in the summer. My little cousins will love the Center.
Rating: 5
Wonderful work done by interesting folks
Thu, Mar 12  10:30 AM Female 60-69 Local Group of Friends
Attended: The Center for Birds of Prey Tour & Grounds Access
This is a must see for anyone interested in Birds of Prey. Their work to save these birds is incredible and their knowledge and commitment is obvious. The flight demonstration was great and to see baby owls was an added bonus
Rating: 5
Sat, Mar 7  2:00 PM Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Individual
Attended: The Center for Birds of Prey Tour & Grounds Access
The Center for the Birds of Prey is a wonderful place. I am so glad I was able to attend the grand re-opening on March 7, 2015. It is a great facility and it provides a great service to the animals. I look forward to going there again soon.