This is a great amenity for the Treasure Valley. We've taken several out-of-town guests and they've all given the Center rave reviews.
I went in October when they put on a Birds of Prey show with falcons, peregrines, and owls! The outdoor stadium is just the right size to see these magnificent birds up close and personal. The staff is so dedicated to the preservation of the species' worldwide, and the entire facility is certainly one of the most interesting and fascinating... More
Brought some friends here as we also had never been. So interesting and so much to learn about all the Birds of Prey... They have a few eagles, hawks, vultures on display and they do daily shows. The kids will really love this and so will the adults. Not to miss... plan on spending a couple of hours looking around... More
Well, it's out from town where you wouldn't expect to find it, but it's well worth the trip. Then for $7 you can see various raptors - a bald eagle, a harpy, hawks, condors - depending on what birds are there at any given time. You can see all sorts of exhibits and creative displays about these birds (some for... More
This is not a rehab facility for birds, it is more of a public educational facility & breeding facility (behind the scenes). There are a few birds you can view including California Condors, an Eagle, Hawks, Owls, etc. We timed our visit perfectly because we got to view a hawk & and an owl up close and personal. We also... More
There is a lot to see here for all ages. Some of the exhibits are targeted more to children, but overall this is targeted to people who are interested in birds, with a particularly strong case to be made for people who are interested in falconry. Falconry doesn't interest me much, but I still quite enjoyed it. There were lots... More
It was wonderful to see the variety of raptors this facility works with. If it is going to be a hot day, be sure to visit early in the day as it is on a hill top and quite hot, but most of the tour is indoors. You will see more of this facility if you take the tour, but... More
From Ali, Age 10 (niece of Debbie) - World Center for Birds of Prey was very intriguing and I learned a lot. I learned about falconry and about endangered bird species. I learned that the peregrine falcon used to be endangered, but thanks to the World Center for Birds of Prey, the peregrine falcon was taken off the endangered species... More
The Center for Birds of Prey is responsible for the recovery of the Perigean Falcon. Today it has an excellent collections of birds that it is helping to restore. It also has a beautiful museum for falconry. At the south end of Cole Rd, it sits on top of a hill giving a great view of the Boise valley.
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