Cascades Raptor Center, Eugene

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Cascades Raptor Center, Eugene - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 32275 Fox Hollow Rd, Eugene, OR 97405, United States

Phone: +1-5414851320

Ticket Price: 8 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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The Cascades Raptor Center comprises one of the biggest collections of native raptor species in the whole of Pacific Northwest. There are over 50 birds of prey here, but the aim of the center is not just to provide a viewing spectacle. The facility aims to enhance awareness, knowledge and respect for planet earth and its inhabitants among the kids and adults alike.The facility provides an up-close experience with birds of different species and has experts who highlight aspects of their natural habitats, history and other habits.

Cascades Raptor Center Information

  • Visit official website for upcoming events.

Cascades Raptor Center Ticket Prices

  • Given prices are for Adults
  • Adults: 8 USD
  • Students/Seniors: 7 USD
  • Youth (2-12 years): 5 USD
  • For prices on various programs please refer official website.

How To reach Cascades Raptor Center by Public Transport

  • By renting or hiring a car/taxi.

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  • This is one of my favorite Oregon treasures. I've been about 4 times now and the staff here truly love what they do and are very enthusiastic about showing you these amazing creatures. I love the stories behind each bird. I wish each bird had about 10x the space they do, such amazingly majestic creatures, need more space. (Even though many can't fly.) Special treats are the vultures and Asian Owl(?) two creatures you can see up close and are just fascinating to watch in person.

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  • nice to see that there is a place that rehabs them. fairly nice variety of them in a pretty location. even though it was rainy it was interesting and the birds seemed pretty content. although you cannot see the ones that are there for rehab and release back to the wild its nice to know your entry fee is going for a good cause

  • You get up close and personal with lots of intricately beautiful birds of prey that are usually just dots in the distance, if you see them at all (like owls). The species here can, all but one, be found in Oregon too! So we can better understand our ecological surroundings.

  • We wanted to see some birds in cages. That's what we got. They have a large variety of Hawks, Owls, & Eagles. Since this is a rescue type operation most birds on display were permanently injured in some way and would not be returning to the wild. It didn't stop us from enjoying these majestic birds. There's about 30 birds of varying types. We liked the Red Tailed Hawks the best (such personality). The parking lot is small, gravel/dirt and on a steep hill.We came on a rainy day and were able to make it up in our minivan. They had umbrellas for us to use. It's about an hour of viewing (don't let your kids rush through or you'll be done in 10 minutes).

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  • Lots of cool birds, about an hour and a half to see them all. Sometimes people will bring a bird out and you can ask questions while they feed it. Very friendly.

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