Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

Radical Raptors

Learning takes flight as you get to meet our most fascinating birds of prey.
Have you ever wondered what makes a bird a bird of prey; or why we use the word "raptor" to describe them? Learn all this and more by participating in a guided tour of the Center for Birds of Prey.

Participants will enjoy stories about the birds while learning about raptor adaptations and Audubon’s conservation efforts. Groups will be educated and entertained with the chance to touch an owl talon and sit in a life-sized eagle nest! All tours must be scheduled in advance. Please have several dates in mind when calling as availability is limited.

Tours are available for all age groups and presented accordingly.  

Can't make it out to the Center? That's ok!  We can bring up to four of our bird ambassadors to your school or group!

Group Size: 10-30 individuals per school group, 10-15 for adults (multiple groups may be scheduled at one time)
Program Length: Approximately one hour
Cost: $100- At Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
  $200- At your location
Chaperones: At least one per every five students for school groups
Availability: Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 3 pm
Scheduling: A minimum of two weeks advance notice preferred. Contact the Education Department by clicking here or by phone 407-644-0190 ext. 107
Ages: Suitable for any age group!
State Standards:

SC.2.L.17, SC.2.N.1, SC.3.L.17, SC.3.N.1, SC.4.L.17, SC.4.N.1, SC.5.L.17, SC.5.N.1, SC.6.L.15, SC.6.N.1, SC.7.L.15, SC.7.L.17, SC.7.N.1, SC.8.N.1, SC.912.L.15, SC.912.L.17, SC.912.N.1

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