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"I have traveled worldwide and seen countless centers and this is the absolute best of its kind I have ever seen anywhere" - Jack Hanna
The Center for Birds of Prey will be closed for public programming for the month of February as we prepare for an exciting Grand “re-Opening” during the first weekend in March.
We will announce and invite the public to return to the Center for special re-opening events featuring facility improvements, expanded programming, new birds and much more!
To identify and address vital environmental issues by providing medical care to injured birds of prey and shorebirds, and through educational, research and conservation initiatives.
The Avian Conservation Center and its principal operating division, The Center for Birds of Prey:
- Operates a professional avian medical clinic for injured birds of prey and some shorebird species
- Offers on-site and outreach educational programs to students and adults
- Conducts relevant field and laboratory research studies
- Participates in and supports international conservation issues
- Is a first-line responder for oiled birds in the event of a contaminant spill affecting native bird populations and their fragile breeding habitats along the South Atlantic coast
- Serves as a primary resource for creating ongoing awareness of the ecological impacts of a contaminant spill and makes available proactive measures to reduce the likelihood of such an event