Experience raptors from around the world and catch a glimpse of wild raptors on our Interpretive Trail. Interpretive Trail is open to the public from 10am-3:45pm (winter hours). Continue your experience inside with daily raptor presentations, interactive exhibits, and tours of the Archives of Falconry.Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to World Center For Birds of Prey by using our Boise route maker.
Our last admission is at 3:15 pm. Admission Prices are: $10.00 Adult, $8.00 Senior over 62, $5.00 Youth ages 4-16, Children under 4 years old and members are free.
World Center For Birds of Prey Reviews
We spent a few hours here on our recent Boise trip. You can tell all employees and even volunteers love their job and are so excited and knowledgeable. The fella at the front desk starts you off... more »
We brought the grandkids to the World Center for Birds of Prey last month and had a grand time. We checked their website ahead of time to see when things were happening and had the choice of four... more »
Gorgeous location and layout. Amazing species on display and an outstanding program. Highly recommend you join the guided tours at 11am and 2:30pm so you can see the falconers museum and the Sheikhs exhibit in the research building as those are the only times it is open to the public and it was very worth the time. Volunteers and staff are highly knowledgeable and friendly and the birds are stunning. Only wish I had come on a weekend in the fall as the free-flights events they described (where the birds are taken out and allowed to fly free) sounds amazing to witness. Very educational center that I highly recommend for anyone visiting the Boise area.
Adults and school-age children will enjoy the opportunity to get up close to the lively California Condors, an American bald eagle and many other beautiful birds of prey. We enjoyed the live presentations with the knowlegable staff handling an owl and red tail hawk. The birds are located both indoors and outdoors, so this place is best visited in good weather. We were there on a mild August day, about 75° with little wind. Because the center sits atop a hill, I imagine it could get quite windy, but the view is amazing. There is a lovely picnic area and the exhibits are suitable for wheelchairs and strollers.
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