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This is a wonderful place to learn about birds of prey, staffed by kind, knowledgeable individuals who obviously believe in what they are doing. Admission here is $8 for adults, $5 for children, $7 fo... more »
This exhibit displays raptors/birds who were rescued and nursed back to health. You can see the birds closer than in a zoo, and view a video on how they diagnose, treat and release them into the wild.... more »
Very interesting to see birds of prey that couldn't be released back into the wild have such loving and sincere care. As a birder, I always had confusion about telling Cooper's hawks from red shoulder... more »
Wonderful experience! My son and grandson came to visit for the day and they loved it. The volunteers are so knowledgeable and friendly and we enjoyed hearing the background story of the birds that reside there. The short video was very informative and made us realize how much loving care goes into their rehabilitation. I will definitely go again .
We went an hour before closing and got a nice "Bird parade" with introductions as they began to close. They told us about each Bird as they escorted them in for the night. It was awesome seeing hawks and eagles so close and personal. This team and facility is amazing!
My wife came here a lot in her youth and brought me today for my first visit. It will NOT be my last. Such a peaceful place. Inexpensive to visit and such lovely birds. Come support these amazing people doing God's work.
This a hidden gem in Maitland, Florida, where dedicated staff and volunteers rescue, rehabilitate and release Raptors back to the wild, if possible. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable and more than happy to answer questions about birds of prey, and if you are lucky, you could get your photo taken with a resident Raptor. This is a photographer's dream come true, in terms of getting a chance to photograph wild birds in a nearly natural setting.
Beautiful environment. I loved seeing the birds of prey.
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