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Nestled on a wooded hillside in south Eugene, this nature center and wildlife hospital specializes in birds of prey. Some 50 resident birds of 30 native species are on display, including owls, falcons, hawks, to bald and golden eagles. Open Tues-Sun...more
All reviews birds of prey beautiful birds bald eagles educational programs turkey vultures parking lot is small educational experience on display feathered friends golden eagle ask questions gift shop well worth the visit wonderful place all ages across the street non profit
This is a must see, out of the way place that will not disappoint anyone who is a fan of birds or raptors. We take family here when they visit from other states, and the schools always bring the kids. I have been both tour...More
In general I am not in favor of any kind of animal in a cage, but this place is wonderful. Each bird has a large enclosure and there is lots of information about the bird and specifically, what led them to be at the raptor...More
I found the brochure for the Raptor Center at an I-5 rest stop. It turned out to be an absolute highlight of Oregon activities! I loved the attention and care that these special birds received from loving staff. Each bird in a living space has...More
Combining medical, emotional, and survival care and training to raptors, side by side of educational programs spreading knowledge and care for them, and even theme parties is an amazing well-thought of combination. Watching a training/feeding session enhanced by ad hoc Q&A session made me fall...More
We were on a road trip back to Portland and just searched for "Things to do in Eugene" and found this place. We're so glad we did! The work they do here is excellent and the enclosures all seemed like a really good size and...More
We took our small grandson to see the raptors. It is a good attraction for small kids as it is small and not a lot of walking. they provided a lot of information about each animal- how it was rescued and why it can't return...More
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Lane Transit District routes 24 and 73 take you to Donald and Fox Hollow; walk back to Fox Hollow, turn right, and walk or bike about ¾ mile. (One caution: the first ¼ mile has no sidewalk, shoulders or bike lane. Not... More
Lane Transit District routes 24 and 73 take you to Donald and Fox Hollow; walk back to Fox Hollow, turn right, and walk or bike about ¾ mile. (One caution: the first ¼ mile has no sidewalk, shoulders or bike lane. Not recommended for groups with small children.)
LTD route 28 takes you out W Amazon Drive to Martin Street, and a nice hike up the new portion of the Ridgeline Trail via the Amazon Creek headwaters brings you out at the trailhead directly across from the Raptor Center.
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When is Cascades Raptor Center open?
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