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Southwest Region

World Center for Birds of Prey

Nearest Town: Boise
Site Size: 600 acres

Highlights:

Access: Year-round. Admission Fee. Handicapped Access free of charge

Site Location

Directions: I-84 Exit #50; S on S Cole Rd for ~6 mi; R on Flying Hawk Ln; visitor center is at the top of the hill.

Description: Overlooking southwest Idaho’s Treasure Valley, the World Center for Birds of Prey offers visitors an overview of The Peregrine Fund’s national and international programs. With projects in over 55 countries, the Center is home to conservation projects for many of the world’s rarest birds of prey. Many Peregrine Falcons were bred at this facility and realeased nation-wide. Now, after the removal of the species from the Endangered Species list, the organization continues to successfully breed and release Aplomado Falcons and California Condors in the U.S. Live raptors and educational displays are highlights of the visitor center.

More Information:
Peregrine Fund (208) 362-8687
Boise Chamber of Commmerce (208)344-7777
www.peregrinefund.org


Photos
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Photo Copyright Peregrine Fund
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Peregrine Falcon
Photo Copyright Deniz Aygen
Facilities

General Services:
ParkingRestroomsNo PhoneNo BoardwalkNo CampgroundPicnic AreaNo Observation AreaVisitor CenterInterpretive Material AvailableNo Boat RampNo ConcessionsNo Hiking TrailsNo HuntingNo FishingNo Water SportsNo OHV/ATVs AllowedNo Horseback Riding

Handicapped Services:
ParkingRestroomsNo PhoneNo BoardwalkNo CampgroundNo Picnic AreaNo Observation AreaVisitor CenterInterpretive MaterialsNo Boat RampNo ConcessionsNo Hiking Trails
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