Freyja, Peregrine Falcon, Photo by Jon C. Meyers

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Cascades Raptor Center

The 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. We also offer guided tours for you or your group.


Plan Your Visit



Open for Visitors: Tuesday - Sunday
Winter Hours: (November - March) 10 AM - 4 PM
Admission Fees:
Adults: $8 • Students/Seniors: $7 • Youth 2-12: $5 • FREE to Members

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 winding hillside trails. These woodland gravel paths are steep in some locations and the site may be difficult for people with mobility challenges.

Click Here for Directions ~ Call 541-485-1320

Admission fees a stumbling block? Most Lane County libraries have a free family pass you can check out; they are good for up to $26 in admission.

What's Happening

Benefit concert, Sunday, January 31, 5-9pm at Cozmic Pizza - 8th and Charnelton, Eugene, OR.

Steel Wool, "Acoustic Rock Reborn" and Norman Mesman performing. Space Kaysey will be painting live at the event.

Event open to all ages. $5 at the door.  Kids under 12 and Cascades Raptor Center members and volunteers (must have your card), get in free.

Closed Jan 5th

Although some roads are not as icy as yesterday, our driveway and walkways are still quite icy and slippery. Therefore we will be closed again today. Stay safe and warm.

Seasons Greetings


Wishing you a wonderful winter season, filled with joy and warmth!

May the coming new year be everything you hope for.

The Raptor Center will be closed on December 25th.

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: