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Reviewed 21 May 2021

Great attraction in a beautiful forest setting. Wonderful to see these amazing birds being so lovingly cared for. There is an easy hiking trail around the center where you can see many of the birds in their natural setting. Such an enjoyable, educational visit!

Date of experience: May 2021
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Reviewed 20 May 2021 via mobile

Wow what an experience great work being done by great people who preserve the Heath of the beautiful birds

Date of experience: May 2021
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Reviewed 10 April 2021

An absolutely amazing place that is nonprofit. It helps raptors, such as eagles, owl, & hawks. They either help them recover from an injury & release them or offer an retirement home d/t they can no longer fly. A must do if you're in Sitka!

Date of experience: April 2021
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Reviewed 21 September 2020

Visited an eagle and raptor rescue center today. It has a full service avian hospital and recovery center for injured birds. Most are hurt by collisions with manmade objects. Most are released back to the wild once they are healed enough to fly, which can be as much as a year for wing and tail feathers the re-grow. Some of the permanently injured are kept at the center in an extended care and assisted living natural habitat.
This non-profit facility is funded entirely by private donations.

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank Mark L
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Reviewed 12 July 2020

They gave a great and super informational tour, then when we were done there were nature trails we could go hiking down. Got to get pretty close to several different birds then got to walk around a very nice trail. Definitely recommend it

Date of experience: July 2020
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