Cascades Raptor CenterCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: 32275 Fox Hollow Rd, Eugene, OR 97405, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5414851320
- Ticket Price: 8 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Bird Watching
Cascades Raptor Center - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Cascades Raptor Center
77.82% of people who visit Eugene include Cascades Raptor Center in their plan
45.45% of people start their Cascades Raptor Center visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Cascades Raptor Center
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cascades Raptor Center
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Cascades Raptor Center, Eugene Reviews
This is a wonderful center. Informative signage about the species along with background information on each resident rescued bird. My daughter and I spent an hour or so strolling the gravel paths, admiring and learning about the raptors. The enclosures are spacious and meticulously maintained; all of the birds looked healthy and well cared for. You get a real sense of the deep and joyful commitment the staff have to the center's mission. They have a very affordable sponsorship program and a sweet gift shop with reasonably priced items. Well worth a visit...or two!
Come to Beauty, Peace and Kindness. Wow! This is such a beautiful place! Not just because of the setting on the edge of a forest, or the natural looking enclosures, or even the stellar condition of the magnificent birds within. The main beauty here is the heart of respect and reverence for the creation of spectacular creatures. Worth every cent of admission and, in fact, come ready to make an additional donation. Your heart will be blessed if you can do so.
Great spot to visit and learn about the birds of prey. Was very interesting and informative. Lots of information about the birds and how they came to be there. We didn't get to see the presentation but it was still fun. Only drawback was hard to get good shots of the birds through the grating, but that's a small price to pay to see them. Hopefully it helps people be more aware of their impact on the wildlife and finding wounded animals and taking them where someone can help without impacting their ability to be released back into the wild.
Loved it! All the birds have a plaque with their name and story. We took our 4 year old and 2 week old with us and great grandpa. We all had a wonderful time and will be back next time we are in Eugene. Hope to see them back in Sweet Home soon for another presentation at the library ♡
A MUST SEE if you're in Eugene. Family friendly attraction where you get to see magnificent, beautiful birds and learn more about them and their lives. Hopefully you'll be lucky enough to show up at a time when a handler comes to feed them, because then you'll get to see how they interact with humans and how they're trained--totally fascinating. Entry prices are fair, and surprisingly, gift shop items are reasonably priced as well. It IS a bit difficult to get to by bus, but well worth the trip.