Education and Outreach


hrough our educational presentations we interact with children and adults, sharing age-appropriate information about our local birds, and the human impacts on our environment and the birds that share it.

We are often accompanied by one or more of our Education Ambassadors — our resident hawks, owls, and falcons whose permanent disabilities have made them non-releasable. By giving the public a rare and memorable opportunity to see these wild birds up-close, we hope to educate people of all ages about native bird species, their fascinating adaptations and the essential roles they play in our local ecosystems.

We encourage schools, businesses and other interested groups to arrange virtual field trips to see our birds, tour the Raptor Compound and learn more about our work.

Be sure to visit our gallery of raptor artwork drawn by young visitors to the Center.

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