The World Center for Birds of Prey is open 7 days a week through Labor Day

Live bird programs at 11:00am, 1:00pm, and 3:00pm

Regular Hours of Operation:

Now open on Mondays through the summer!

Tuesday - Sunday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Last entry admission and trail closes at 4:15 pm
Open Mondays from Memorial Day through Labor Day

Winter Hours of Operation:
(December - February)

Tuesday - Sunday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Last entry admission and trail closes at 3:15 pm

Closed Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year's Day

Visitor views two California Condors in outdoor enclosure at World Center for Birds of Prey

Phillip McClain

Get nose-to-beak with raptors!

Plan Your Visit

Visit the World Center for Birds of Prey and learn all about how we are conserving raptors around the world! Meet live birds of prey up close, see California Condors, and more! Before you visit, check current hours of operation, pricing, and directions. Accepting drop-ins and pre-purchased online tickets.

Plan your visit
California Condor takes its first flight near Grand Canyon
Mark your calendar!

Upcoming Events

From daily programming at the World Center for Birds of Prey to annual California Condor releases and special events, you'll want to mark your calendar now.

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Schedule a Tour

Education Program

The World Center for Birds of Prey hosts over 5,000 local and regional youth on field trips every year. Through the lens of raptor conservation students learn concepts and practice skills outlined in Idaho's Content Standards for Science. Sign your young scientists up for an exciting adventure today!

Learn more
Millie and Milton Volunteer in the Gift Shop

World Center for Birds of Prey Volunteers

Volunteers help make the work we do possible! We have opportunities for you to join our team and make a difference in your community. Learn more about our adult and teen volunteer programs today!

Harpy Eagle adult

Explore Raptors

What makes a raptor a raptor?

Learn more about your favorites, then explore an amazing array of raptors from feisty kestrels to commanding condors.

Bob, American Kestrel portrait

Adopt a Raptor

Sponsor one of our education birds

Adopt one of our resident birds for a year and help to provide food and care for your new feathered friend. Sponsor your favorite raptor now and receive an exciting adoption packet in the mail. Adoptions also make great gifts for any occasion!

A Red-tailed Hawk lands on a trainer's glove in the audience

Meet our Birds!

Meet our Avian Ambassadors

We have a flock of feathered friends that call the World Center for Birds of Prey home. Their mission? To inspire conservation of raptors! Meet each of our amazing ambassadors.

Threats to birds of prey

Learn more about these threats
Globe and thermometer
Climate Change
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Energy Supply
House, trees, and stump
Habitat Loss
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Human Conflict
Invasive Species
Knowledge Gap
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Lead Poisoning