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Cascades Raptor Center, Eugene

(4.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Cascades Raptor Center has two main community services:

Public Education designed to enhance the awareness, respect, appreciation, and care of the earth and all its inhabitants so critical for a balanced and healthy planet. CRC uses live, non-releasable birds, along with visual media and written material, to create a positive, first-hand experience of wildlife through on-site visits to the Nature Center and off-site presentations and exhibits at schools and public events.

Rehabilitation and release of orphaned, sick, and injured wildlife, primarily birds of prey (raptors), using the highest standards of medical treatment and care, and the best facilities possible.
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  • Three generations of my family went and we all thoroughly enjoyed getting to see these beautiful birds up close. The staff brought birds out for educational talks, allowing us to see them and ask ques...  more »
  • A baby owl fell down the chimney into our wood stove...just cool coals at time. We took it to Cascades raptor center where they care of hurt birds till they can be released.  more »
  • My grandsons insist on visiting every time they come to visit me from California. We love the owls! Amazing place  more »
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  • My first trip here and its a wonderful place. From bald eagle to Barn owls. One word of warning, there is not much parking and you may have to park across the street and walk up the hill. For older and out of shape folks, its not the easiest of walks,
  • Amazing place with different raptors from around the country. Loved the bald eagle who took a bath in front of us. One thing that you need to watch out for is the driveway into the place which is a sudden turn off the main road and onto a one lane road up a hill.
  • Great display of rescued raptors. Enjoy being able to see these beauties as they are being rehabilitated and put back into wild whenever possible.
  • Very cool place, get to some awesome birds close up!
  • Such a wonderful experience seeing these awesome birds up close and personal.