Center for Birds of Prey
Most birds here have been injured, many by being struck by cars.
Visited 5 May 2016
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Main Entrance.
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Gate at Main Entrance to the Center for Birds of Prey.
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Our guide
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Tawny Eagle
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Tawny Eagle.
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Bald Eagle
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Bald Eagle.
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Hooded Vulture
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Turkey Vulture.
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Cooper's Hawk
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Swallow-Tailed Kite
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Short-tailed Hawk.
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Rough-legged Hawk.
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Asian Brown Wood Owl
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Ural Owl.
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Ural Owl.
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British Brown Owl.
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African Spotted Owl.
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Chaco Owl.
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Great Horned Owl.
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Eurasian Eagle Owl.
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Savigney's Eagle Owl.
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Barred Owl.
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Crested Caracara
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Peregrine Falcon.
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Marabou Stork
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Lesser Yellow-Headed Vulture.
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Steppe Eagle.
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Grounds where flight demonstrations take place.
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Black-headed vulture in flight. All of the birds involved in flight demonstrations are fitted with telemetry so that they can be tracked if they do not return to their handlers after the flight.
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Your grandparents were able to take a leisurely walk around the grounds to the migratory bird observation platform.
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The saw this unidentified bird that was not part of the collection.
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Appropriately "bombarded," this device tracks the birds who do not return during the flight demonstrations.
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Red-winged Blackbird.
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Grandma Bert returning from the migratory bird platform. She is checking her photographs.
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