The Avian Reconditioning Center for Birds of Prey has been part of the Central Florida wildlife community since 2001. We've been taking in injured birds of prey and rehabilitating them back to health to release back to the wild. Our facility first opened to the public in 2004 and has opened it's doors every Saturday to show everyone our amazing raptors and to educate them about the wildlife around us.
Every year, we work with local veterinary clinics as well as other wildlife centers to take in over a hundred birds and rehabilitate them back to health. We specialize in using falconry methods to evaluate and sometimes train the raptors.
As we are a non-profit, we rely on donations to survive. During the year, we go out on education programs at schools, camps, community events, and other locations. We also host a number of major annual events with our largest being Owl Fest; hosted every November.
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