Took my grandchildren to the Bald Eagle Foundation. We loved it. It was interesting, educational, and fun. Lots of live raptors and demonstrations.
This is a must see when in Haines, Alaska. The animal displays are amazing & the staff is very knowledgeable. Whatever animals you did not get to see in the wild, you will see here! The live eagles, owl, hawk & little owl (hoot owl?) made great photo subjects. It was great to see them up close. The admission fee... More
Our visit to this raptor sanctuary was an unexpected delight. Volunteers and staff were very welcoming and informative. The raptors are clearly well cared for and treated with respect and kindness. The exhibit is informative and accessible. We met Hans the Owl and Sarah the Owl and Zilla the Falcon. Awesome to see these incredible creatures up close. Too bad... More
We have been to the center twice now. Both teens much enjoyed the live owls and hawks. The folks are eager to answer questions. We also enjoyed the room where it was okay to touch bones, horns, and fur of local species. The price was a bit hefty for a family of 4 at $40, but it goes to a... More
If you have not seen eagles yet, go here. Otherwise, they are more awesome in the wild. They feed the captive eagles at 2:30, but the presentation was poor and eagles not totally cooperative.
We got to see a live owl and falcon as well as two bald eagles. This place is small but the guides enthusiastic. It (and most of the town) is within easy walking distance of the port. We were glad to get out and do the local thing, and have coffee at a 'drive-in' coffee place with picnic tables down... More
Very small museum, education center & gift shop dedicated to informing the public about these majestic birds. They have 2 male bald eagles, one of the immature on display. They also have a female that has to be kept separate due to Federal laws. All of the birds were injured and rehabbed but can never be released back into the... More
During our recent visit to Haines, we spent an amazing afternoon at the American Bald Eagle Foundation. Located right on the main road, there is plenty of room for parking. Once inside this museum, the presentation is amazing. We enjoyed listening and watching Brian give his presentation of the two resident male bald eagles on site. Plus, he took the... More
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