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World Center for Birds of Prey

Tourist Attraction / Zoo

World Center for Birds of Prey

(208) 362-8687

5668 W Flying Hawk Ln

Boise, ID 83709

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“Incredible place that is an ABSOLUTE MUST stop if you are in the Boise area. The staff is very friendly, and willing to answer any questions you might have. I was fortunate enough to stop in while they were doing a live flight show which did not cost extra to attend. One of the big things they hit on across the whole facility and shows are the harmful effects of toxic (specifically lead) ammunition. I have been hunting my whole life, and never heard of these harmful affects lead ammo has on birds before. They did a great job explaining it, and have convinced me to use non-toxic lead free ammunition whenever I’m hunting large game, or along waterways from now on, even though the ammo costs more. All around fantastic, fun, and educational experience that I’d recommend to everyone. ???? ????“

5 out of 5 stars

“Wonderful organization dedicated to helping endangered raptors. Loved seeing hawks, falcons, eagle, owls and condors. Saw condors on live TV that hatched in May. My favorite part was sewing live presentation with owl. The experience of being in room listening to presentation and watching beautiful owl soar back and forth across room was awesome! Fortunately I've lived here entire life and one of my favorite places to visit is WCBOP. They are currently expanding and can't wait to see!!! Enjoyed walking on path and seeing different plants and explanations. Visit and support this amazing conservation center!!!“

5 out of 5 stars

“Truly loved this place! The staff is amazing and pricing is great for every budget and most importantly the entry feed goes to feeding the birds there and to help save endangered species like the California Condor through the sites breeding facilities! Amazing and informative place to visit with awesome displays of the birds housed here, such as the one I attended where the falcon flew around the room you're inside while the staff member explained the bird and the things the fund is doing to save the falcon and other birds of prey from extinction! I highly recommend this place for everyone to visit! If you can visit I highly encourage you to go to their website and donate money to help these birds survive and thrive well into the future!“

5 out of 5 stars

“Super interesting! Love that you got to see different birds. A little small right now but they are remodeling and adding an outdoor theater and an interactive zone coming in July 2022. Excited for that and we'll be coming back.“

4 out of 5 stars

“This raptor rehabilitation and care center is undergoing a makeover, so we visited the old site: you can purchase a ticket to be in a room with a selected raptor, which for us was a red-tailed hawk that flew around the room while the expert talked. Outside was someone holding a Swinson's Hawk, and you can get up close (sans touching, of course). They also had a huge Harpy Eagle. Outside there are some trails leading to views and more information. No dogs allowed (no surprise) so we left ours in the car, windows cracked. Just be careful: it was a relatively cool day but there is zero shade in the parking lot, so we checked on them often.“

5 out of 5 stars

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