Every time my son comes home for a visit, we go to the World Center for Birds of Prey Interpretive Center. We can spend an entire afternoon in just the one building, doing the self-guided tour, getting to see live birds up close with a handler. One of the favorites is, believe it or not, a crow. Yes, a crow IS a bird of prey, and they explain that. This bird was rescued, and it is now trained to retrieve paper money from you to put in a donation box. Plus they also have other birds of prey they will bring out for you to see, I think every half hour or so there's a new one. The work that is being done here is astounding. Try to go when the building across the parking lot is open for a tour - there is an incredible exhibit from another country in there plus old falconry items. I'm sorry that I didn't write a thank-you letter to Velma Morrison before she died - I always wanted to thank her for her generosity in getting this wonderful mission a grand boost. You will leave feeling so proud that this is actually here, in Boise, Idaho. I promise!
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