Western Screech Owl, Photo by Brian Davies

Slideshow Showcase - Photographer: Brian Davies, Jon Christopher Meyers, Brian Lanker

Cascades Raptor Center

The Cascades Raptor Center has one of the largest collections of native raptor species in the Pacific Northwest. Visitors can view nearly 50 birds of prey in large outdoor aviaries. The Raptor Center is open to the public year-round and we schedule educational programs both onsite and offsite for students of all ages. If you are looking for things to do in Eugene, Oregon, the Raptor Center is a great place to bring friends and family. See our new video here.

Talons, Tastings and Tidbits 2017
Thanks to your support, our annual benefit was a great success! We made new friends, solidified our long-term relationships, broke previous fundraising records, and began new, fulfilling community connections. See our slide show above for a few pictures of the evening. Attendees were treated to an evening filled with excitement, good food, delicious wine and other beverage tastings and many of our raptor ambassadors. Dmitri, Eurasian Eagle Owl, returned this year for a fly over visit -- amazing the crowds with silent owl flight. Stay tuned as we plan toward a busy 2018 with lots of growth and exciting opportunities to come! THANK YOU!!!
SAVE THE DATE for 2018 -- September 29th!


Plan Your Visit


Open for Visitors: Tuesday - Sunday           

Current Hours: November - March  10 AM - 4 PM  
Spring Hours: (​April - October) 10 AM - 6 PM 

Admission Fees: Adults: $9 • Students/Seniors: $8 • Youth 2-12: $6 • FREE to Members 
Fees a stumbling block? Most Lane County libraries have free family passes worth $30 for low income families. 

Cascades Raptor Center is located at 32275 Fox Hollow Road, Eugene, OR 97405 on the side of Spencer Butte in south Eugene. Birds are on exhibit in large outdoor aviaries viewed by walking along winding hillside trails. These woodland gravel paths are steep in some locations and the site may be difficult for people with mobility challenges. No dogs are allowed onsite, including parked vehicles. Service animals are the exception, please see our policy for specifics.

Click Here for Directions ~ Call 541-485-1320

What's Happening

National Geographic LIVE! Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous with Nizar Ibrahim

Hult Center   Doors open 6:30, show starts at 7:30. 

Join Cascades Raptor Center in the lobby before and after the show. More information is found here. 

Hot Winter Drinks with the Raptors!

Saturday, December 23rd and 30th, 2017 10:00-4:00

Celebrate the holiday season with raptors! Join us in the Visitor’s Center for free hot cider or hot cocoa. While you are warming up, finish your holiday shopping and pick up a new punch card; once filled, you will receive a free guest pass to use on a future visit. 

FREE movie event!

Friday, November 17th, 2017    7:00pm  
University of Oregon, Lawrence 177

Join us for a screening of "Ladyhawke", a classic 1985 film starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Matthew Broderick and Rutger Hauer. The event will open with an introduction on Cascades Raptor Center including our recent short video. Parking spaces in lot 12A marked "Reserved" are free after 6pm.

Friends & Family Happy Hour at Territorial Vineyards Tasting room

Wednesday,  November 15TH  5:00pm-8:00pm

Mark your Calendars and Join us for Happy Hour at Territorial Vineyards & Wine Company. http://territorialvineyards.com/
This is a great way to meet Raptor Lovers, Volunteers, Staff, & Board Members!
$1 of every glass sold is donated to CASCADES RAPTOR CENTER!
Beer and Cider are also served.
907 W 3rd Ave., Eugene, OR.

Chipotle Fundraiser

Friday, November 17th, 11:00am - 10:00pm
460 Coburg Rd. Suite 302

Join us for delicious food and benefit the Raptor Center at the same time!!  Be sure to tell the cashier that you're supporting us and 50% or proceeds will be returned to benefit Raptors!

Learn More About the Raptor Center

Through wildlife rehabilitation and public education, the Cascades Raptor Center fosters a connection between people and birds of prey. Our goal is to help the human part of the natural community learn to value, understand, and honor the role of wildlife in preserving the natural and cultural heritage of the Pacific Northwest.

To accomplish this mission, the Raptor Center has two primary means: