Some birds are not able to be released due to the severity of their injuries, and would not survive if released into the wild. Some of those birds will be kept as spokes birds for their species. These birds will be used in a traveling educational program that will teach children in schools throughout Washington State. Including some non migratory exotic birds of prey and parrots. This program will teach children the importance of raptors and our environment.
Our programs, which are adapted to all ages, are available to any group, organization or school simply by e-mailing or calling the listed numbers below. Try to make your requests as far in advance as possible. A donation is requested to help offset the expenses of caring for these birds. If necessary, expenses for travel and meals and lodging will be the responsibility of the requester.
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JUNE 15th 2012
SEPTEMBER 1st 2012
We will be captivating the audience Friday and Saturday with our AMAZING RAPTOR'S and education show.
Raptor House Rehabilitation Center
40 Wise Acre Rd
Yakima, WA 98901