Learn about the species we care for, and enjoy an opportunity to see the birds up-close.
In 1970, the Raptor Center was established as a place for non-releasable raptors to have a lifetime of care while teaching the public. In the same year, millions of Americans raised their voices to demand better environmental care of our planet, thus launching the first Earth Day. Join us 50 years later for an Earth Day program. Meet birds up close and learn about the ways the Raptor Center works to educate, rehabilitate, and protect these magnificent birds.
Parking will be extremely limited.
Consider hiking from Corry Street if possible.
Program starts at 2 p.m. sharp.
Glen Helen Nature Preserve
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