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World Center For Birds of Prey, Boise

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  • We have gone several different times however, our last trip was probably the best because we got to see the raptors perform some of the things they do for training and how they seek food, etc.  more »
  • What a great place to visit. The mostly volunteer staff are very knowledgable and friendly. The grounds are spotless. You see magnificent predatory birds. Your entrance fee goes to a great cause. They...  more »
  • We have lived down the road from Birds of Prey for over 10 years and have never visited. On a whim we decided to take our small children on a Saturday afternoon. We got incredibly lucky on the timing....  more »
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  • The library opens at specific times and if you make it in, with the tour guide only, you have only a few minutes after the tour guide finished to view the rest of it and it is quite extensive. Unfortunate. The gift shop in the main bldg has bird of prey kites! The area with the true to life wings is wonderful, and so is the exhibit showing all the bird eggs. The pond area outside with seating is clean, charming, and peaceful. There are many nice things here.
  • Birds of prey sanctuary was great. My wife and I had just moved up from California amd this was one of the first places we visited. The sanctuary was placed at the top of a hill with great views surrounding. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable. As we were walking around the sanctuary we were approached by a young lady who worked there and given a background into each bird we saw. We learned where the birds were acquired, what their habits are and everything in between. We stayed for the falcon show which was in an open air natural rock bleacher arena. There were posts around the seating area that the falcons would be able to perch on. As the falconer was speaking his bird would fly around the guests and even swoop by a few heads putting on a great show. I would definitely recommend visiting.
  • Amazing place! This was such a fun stop for our family. The gift shop has everything a bird-lover could dream of! The live raptor presentation was very entertaining! Loved seeing all the birds too.
  • Had a wonderful time learning about birds of prey. The volunteers were very informative and always ready to answer questions.
  • It's a short exhibit walk, bringing in more birds / exhibits would make it a 5 star. Love that they are helping rebuild the condor population and have a couple there.