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EVRC offers both on and offsite Bird of Prey programs. Book us to come to your school and teach your students about how birds of prey affect the environment and how our lifestyles can affect them, or bring your class out for a exciting time in nature and visit all of our feathered friends.

In 2005 we also started offering an exciting reading program for preschool to 3rd grade.

Please call or e-mail for details.

Phone: (316) 393-0710
Email: raptorcare@aol.com

Testimonial Excerpt

"It is Mr. Lockwood's intention to include a strong educational component in all of his programs, which of course requires that he possess an excellent working knowledge of the animals under his care, and understands and can interpret the types of behaviors that he so superbly brings out in his animals. He has been successful in that regard, and is always eager to answer questions about his birds of prey and other animals."

Alan D. Maccarone, Ph.D, Professor of Biology, Friends University - George D. Potts, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Friends University

 

 

Tax-deductible, and OH so fulfilling... support your local wildlife!


Latest News...


10.6.2009
Our new seating area for seniors is complete! Along with our new sidewalk, our new seating area with the new pergola roof is now ready for our senior...

8.6.2009
Sidewalk complete! After 3 years of fundraising and the generous donations from Frank and Marni Stevens, Bob & Angie Whiteman, the American Legion Ri...

6.14.2009
We are releasing babies, and we are close to the funds needed to build our sidewalk! After a record 33 baby Screech Owls, Great Horned Owls, Barred Ow...

3.28.2009
Spring is in the air! Offically it is not supposed to start until March 21st, but don't tell that to the Great Horned Owls! They are one of the earli...

1.23.2009
Bald Eagle Release! Eagle Valley Raptor Center will be releasing one of its injured Bald Eagles on February 7th on the Arkansas River near downtown Wi...



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