On a stop through Eugene, we decided to head to the Raptor Center as it got good reviews on Trip Advisor. I am so glad we did! It is run by very educated volunteers and a handful of bird experts. The people working/volunteering here truly seemed to love what they are doing and believe in their cause.
It is set up so that various birds are in their own habitats nestled into the woods of the property's land and on each cage has a story about the bird as well as information its species. I personally enjoyed the "Interesting Facts" section on each of the cards. It was definitely interesting for both kids and adults.
The primary goal of the center to release birds back into the wild after injury or abandonment. It was great to see, hear, and talk about various birds that made it back into the wild as well as the ones that will be forever in captivity, but are living nicely in these large habitats, safe from lurking predators.
I highly recommend this place for kids, adults, and especially wildlife enthusiasts.
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