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Growing from a backyard, volunteer-run operation, the Alaska Raptor Center has become Alaska's foremost bald eagle hospital and educational center, as well as one of the state's premier visitor attractions.Each year, the Alaska Raptor Center...more
WOW! Seeing the eagles, owls, hawks and other raptors up close and personal. Learning about rehabilitation and more. Listening to the docents and being about to walk around the habitats outside and inside was incredible. Enjoyed our tour here a lot.
Excellent narration in a room from an eagle handler. It was an eagle, but not a bald eagle. They rescue injured birds of many types. You see them in very large enclosure of their environment. Good appreciation at end of tour of these amazing creatures...More
If you love raptors this is the place to visit. The purpose is to rehabilitate wounded birds of prey, but it is also an educational facility. The staff is very knowledgeable about their work and share it with enthusiasm. There is something for everyone of...More
What a great place to visit with easy access of the road to appreciate Alaska’s avian wildlife. Lots of owls and Bald Eagles in rehabilitation that you can get up close to, and even some permanent residents. There’s also a small hiking trail you can...More
We really enjoyed our visit to this center. We have a raptor center near us but this facility is really something. All the young people working there were very knowledgeable and the raptors are housed in very nice habitats. They do so much here to...More
We visited the Alaska Raptor Center on a beautiful sunny day. It was interesting to see the Bald Eagles and Owls that reside there. There is a 15 minutes presentation give by a trainer. Overall I think it was about a 40 minute visit. Cost...More
we actually took the ship bus to the main part of town and then we walked through Sitka for free. It is beautiful. we went through the totem poll park and then walked across the street to the raptor center for free. Our... More
we actually took the ship bus to the main part of town and then we walked through Sitka for free. It is beautiful. we went through the totem poll park and then walked across the street to the raptor center for free. Our friends did the tour which they loved, but we walked and we loved that as well. We stopped along the water and walked through the totem park. no schedule so we could get a drink or lunch. just stop at the visitors center close to the main part of town and they can provide a map.