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Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, Maitland

(4.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Audubon Center for Birds of Prey is located in Maitland. Put Audubon Center for Birds of Prey into our Maitland itinerary builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Maitland.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Spent a couple hours at the Audubon Center walking the lovely grounds, reading about the birds and learning a lot. Worthwhile visit for nature or bird lovers. Easy to locate.  more »
  • Very interesting place, they have many birds that have injuries and they are nursing them back to new. Then they release them back into captivity. They brought an eagle that was injured over to show u...  more »
  • I visited this place for a quick stop before a get together later in the day. It was a very clean and well run facility, I was able to learn a number of things about the various species of birds that ...  more »
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  • I have to say this. The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, does a fantastic job with the birds in there care. I am a falconer and have got to see there facilities up close, and I have to say they have a genuine love for there work. Keep up the GREAT WORK!
  • Absolutely wonderful experience, a variety of birds to view. It's not everyday that you can see a Bald Eagle, and I must say its one of the most magnificent birds to see in person. They have a nature trail, which I must say is short, and a nice little gazebo deck where you can view a lake. Overall a pleasant experience and the lady at the front counter, a volunteer named Linda was absolutely so sweet and you could tell the passion she had for the birds. Very sweet lady.
  • All of the birds here are birds that were injured and are not able to be released back to the wild. Each year many birds are brought here to get help and heal. We really enjoyed our time here and especially enjoyed the guide book that told you the names and stories of each of the birds you saw. It was a small place but the volunteers were very friendly and shared a lot of information and it was great to visit.
  • Great place to visit.. the birds are beautiful.. follow the directions on the street from the parking lot to get to the main entrance...
  • Cool little place to see different brids up close. Bald eagles are pretty awesome. Only con is wish it was bigger...takes 15 minutes to walk thru and your done. Thought admission should of been $5 per person, but at least it went to a good cause to help injure birds.