Explore the amazing world of raptors eye to eye! The Velma Morrison Interpretive Center is The Peregrine Fund's one-of-a-kind indoor/outdoor education center where you'll meet eagles, owls, vultures, hawks, and falcons from around the world.
Live raptor presentations throughout the day.
Discovery Room to engage young visitors with hands-on eggs, feathers, puzzles, and costumes.
Wild raptors visible from a 1/4-mile trail winding through restored habitat areas to overlook Boise.
Condor Cliffs, a Grand Canyon-inspired habitat for California Condors. The world's largest captive flock is housed in nearby breeding chambers to raise young for release to the wild.
Indoor exhibits show raptor adaptations, diet, migration, and breeding. Find out why birds of prey are threatened, and how The Peregrine Fund saves species from extinction.
The Archives of Falconry displays the world's most comprehensive English-language falconry library, plus artifacts from ancient and modern falconry traditions.
The Gift Shop offers a hand-picked selection of raptor-related items, snacks, and drinks.
March – November
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday (closed Monday)
Last admittance at 4:15 p.m., trail closes at 4:45 p.m.
December – February
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday (closed Monday)
Last admittance at 3:15 p.m., trail closes at 3:45 p.m.
Still curious? Call 208-362-8687 for more information, or see our Frequently Asked Questions.
|Live Bird Presentation|
|Tom Cade Theatre|
Learn the basics about birds of prey with this up close presentation. Meet a new raptor at each presentation.
PLEASE arrive 15 minutes prior to the presentation you wish to attend.
The Archives of Falconry
Learn about the ancient art of falconry. Tours of The Archives of Falconry begin in the Velma Morrison Interpretive Center. Please check in at the Gift Shop for details.
Note: The Falconry Heritage Tour will not take place on April 5-6 due to a special event at The Archives of Falconry.
Educational tours can be scheduled for schools or groups of 15 or more people.
An educational tour includes a visit to all of our exhibits in the Biology/Ecology Wing, the Conservation Wing, the Discovery Room, as well as an introduction to our resident education birds, perfect for those who want to see a little bit of everything. A tour lasts approximately 90 minutes (one hour for kindergarten) focus on the newly adopted Idaho Content Standards for Science and is specially tailored to each group.
Call or email Curtis Evans to schedule a tour group and allow for alteast two weeks notice, but also be aware that spring tours are often booked two to three months in advance.
We are currently scheduling tours for the summer of 2019 and the 2019-2020 school year.