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Cascades Raptor Center
OPEN - Tuesday-Sunday - 10am-6pm

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.


SAVE THE DATE
Annual Benefit:  Saturday, September 28th
 

-NEW- Internships Available
We are now accepting applications for our Summer Internship in Non-Profit Guest Services!
Click here to learn more

 

BOOK A GUIDED TOUR!
While regular admission provides a self-guided tour, we also offer Personal Tours or the Ultimate Raptor Experience. These must be scheduled in advance and are intended to be for small groups of people (1-4). Please fill out our online program request form here.


   
 
 

Plan Your Visit

Open for Visitors: Tuesday - Sunday  

Current Hours:
 
Spring/Summer Hours: (April - September) 10 AM - 6 PM 

October - March  10 AM - 4 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 in parked vehicles. Service animals are not allowed in most guests areas, click here for more information on service animal policy .  
Click Here for Directions ~ Call 541-485-1320

What's Happening (see Calendar here)

Wild Birds Unlimited Fundraiser

Saturday, March 23rd 2019 10am-5pm

Wild Birds Unlimited is holding an Emergency Snow Storm Fundraiser! 50% of all sales will go to Cascades Raptor Center to help with storm relief! 

Sale on Seed Cylinders & Suet Cylinders! You can also purchase Cavity Nesting Boxes for owls, kestrels, and more! Love your backyard birds & the birds at Cascades Raptor Center.

Ninkasi Pints for a Cause

Thursday, March 28th 2019 Noon-10pm

Join us at Ninkasi Brewing!

Enjoy great beer while supporting a great cause! Special guest-star appearance from Dmitri at 6pm. Live music will be performed by Satori Bob from 7-9pm - It will be a fun night! Bring your friends.

$1 from from every pint sold all day goes to Cascades Raptor Center!

Cornucopia Restaurant to benefit Cascades Raptor Center!

Tuesday, April 23rd 2019 9am to 10pm

Cornucopia's two Eugene restaurants will donate 20% of their sales for the day when you mention 'CASCADES RAPTOR CENTER' - This applies to dine-in, take-out, and delivery!

The benefit includes both their restaurants in Eugene on 295 W 17th Ave. and 207 E. 5th Ave​.

Oakshire Inspires

Wednesday, April 24th 2019 11am-10pm

$1 per pint will benefit Cascades Raptor Center at Oakshire Public House all day! Help your bird friends out!

We will be present at the event from 5-7pm and would love to chat with you about all things raptor!

Family Nature Discovery Day—Birds in Springtime

Saturday, June 1st 2019 11am-3pm

Join us for this first of several Family Nature Discovery Days. The theme is "Birds In Springtime" - Join us in foraging for nest making materials and build your very own nest to take home!

Cost is regular admission + $2 = $8 per child

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: