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My sister and I went for the Owl Prowl, as an owl lover it was an absolutely fantastic experience. The classroom part was so fun and educational. We get to be so close to the birds and take pictures and videos. When they have the...More
Nice facility with many birds not native to North America on display in outdoor enclosures. Despite the cold, there were many visitors, however many birds were apparently off site. Many bird habitat structures were interestingly enough were Boy Scouts Eagle projects and made for a...More
The good things are the Raptor hospital and rehabilitation. The ability to see a wide variety of Eagles, hawks, Cranes and Owls up close. That includes both Bald and Golden Eagles. The various trails of up to 7 miles of steep and difficult hiking by...More
The World Bird Sanctuary, was one of our stops on our daughters 19th Birthday. Nice place to walk and see all the birds. We Loved "Poe" and the eagles were very stunning. enjoyed see all the different birds. Nice Place!
Great place to go and take the family. They take care of many birds and birds of prey. Nice to see the vets helping to get birds ready to go back into the wild. You can go every month and there are different birds to...More
Saw the signs on the interstate and made a quick decision to eat lunch here. And wound up spending two hours here, looking at the birds and talking with a group of kids from St. Louis. Really pleased by how well tended the grounds and...More
I thought this was a nice place for the kiddo and it is free. There are many different birds. We didn't see any demonstrations with the birds or get to go into the hospital place, but still enjoyed it. I really liked seeing the different...More