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Nestled on a wooded hillside in south Eugene, this nature center and wildlife hospital specializes in birds of prey. Some 50 resident birds of 30 native species are on display, including owls, falcons, hawks, to bald and golden eagles. Open Tues-Sun...more
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We decided to check out the Cascade Raptor Center on a lark on a Sunday afternoon. What a fun surprise that was! We had no idea the extent of the different types of birds they had there. It was very interesting to see the birds...More
Not a very large place, but a pleasant way to spend the afternoon. The walking path through the grounds is easy and well laid out. The enclosures let you get pretty close to the birds. The resident wildlife outside of the enclosures (squirrels and chickadees)...More
The Cascades Raptor Center is not to be missed. They do a wonderful job here rehabilitating injured birds and providing a home for those unable to return to the wild. The facility is well designed and the birds are well adjusted to their habitats. Wide...More
The Raptor Center rehabilitates injured birds. Approximately 40 are housed in enclosures along a pathway including eagles, owls, hawks and falcons. For the anti-zoo people: the caged birds have typically suffered wing or eye injuries or otherwise can’t survive in the wild. The staff goes...More
Suggestion of the owners of Lanzarotta B&B, we hit this place. It is a hidden gem as well. The birds are well cared for, the staff are friendly and educational. There are about 20 birds on display (maybe more). The ones being rehabilitated are hidden...More
This raptor center offers a self-guided tour of more than 30 beautiful raptors. Each raptor enclosure gives information about the breed and a bio explaining the circumstances that have led to the raptor’s residence there. A visit here is well worth your time!
I love visiting the Raptor Center and love supporting their cause. You can get up close views with birds of prey in rehabilitation and have one on one encounters with owls and learn so much about Oregon's Raptors when visiting the center.
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Lane Transit District routes 24 and 73 take you to Donald and Fox Hollow; walk back to Fox Hollow, turn right, and walk or bike about ¾ mile. (One caution: the first ¼ mile has no sidewalk, shoulders or bike lane. Not... More
Lane Transit District routes 24 and 73 take you to Donald and Fox Hollow; walk back to Fox Hollow, turn right, and walk or bike about ¾ mile. (One caution: the first ¼ mile has no sidewalk, shoulders or bike lane. Not recommended for groups with small children.)
LTD route 28 takes you out W Amazon Drive to Martin Street, and a nice hike up the new portion of the Ridgeline Trail via the Amazon Creek headwaters brings you out at the trailhead directly across from the Raptor Center.