Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, Maitland

#1 of 7 in Things to do in Maitland
Must see · Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
Visitors are welcome Tuesday-Sunday from 10 AM-4 PM. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, free for children younger than three. The Center is closed on Mondays and federal holidays.

Audubon’s Center for Birds of Prey opened its doors in 1979. Thirty one years later, the Center is the premier raptor rehabilitation facility in the eastern United States. Raptors treated at the Center include hawks, owls, kites, falcons and eagles

If you find an injured bird of prey please do not message us on facebook as the page is not checked daily. Please call 407-644-0190.
Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Audubon Center for Birds of Prey by using our Maitland online holiday planner.
Create an itinerary including Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
© OpenMapTiles © OpenStreetMap contributors

Audubon Center for Birds of Prey reviews

Rate this attraction
TripAdvisor traveler rating
TripAdvisor traveler rating 5.0
193 reviews
  • A nice alternative to commercialized/theme park-formatted zoos. At the Audubon center, you get to see several amazing birds as they're en route to recovery. While very young children may not fully...  more »
  • LOVE this place! Get to see beautiful birds of prey up close. Staff are very knowledgable and friendly. Easily walkable, beautiful lake overlook. They rescue, treat and rehab these amazing creatures.....  more »
  • Best Father's Day in quite some time. I loved being able to see and read about all the different birds of prey. I am glad there is a place like this to help people understand these awesome creatures and their role in the natural world around us. Everyone that has a chance should go and visit this facility. It is well worth more than the admission donation. If you are looking for a good cause to support this would be worthy.
  • This place is not only full of beautiful birds it's also full of people that vaulenteer or work there not for the monetary gain but because they saw a real need to step in and do a part in saving the wildlife that human beings take for granted and are consistently destroying their habitat, their home. These birds just like all wild animals don't have a voice, they don't get to protest or defend their homes, it's so sad what we have done to our planet and with little concern to the balance of us verses wildlife, we win-they lose, we are ignorant to the fact that in the long run the earth will balance itself and when it's us against mother nature we will lose. I'm proud that their are small groups like this doing their part to help, we all need to become aware of the problems we as mankind are causing so it is important to bring your children to places like this to educate them. They need to know what is being done for the birds, and what they can do to help. If only we could really educate our youth, not to become consumers, not to only be cogs in economy machine, but really educate them to live to make the world a better home for all beings that are so blessed to be born on this oasis in space. This Earth does not belong to any single being or group of beings, this Earth is a ark for all Life, Life is precious, life should be cherished and Loved, all Life has one thing in common, plants and animals, are all trying to survive, I think we all deserve more than that, we where born on Earth which is the perfect place for us all to Thrive! Please watch "Thrive" on YouTube also watch "billions for change" and ask yourself what can you do to make the Earth a better place to live for someone or something else. I personally pick up trash when I am waiting for someone, or when I have time off, it's not much but I think about how clean it would be if 1% of people did that, it would be great if the few people that do throw trash out their car window would wait and use a trash can at the gas station, and who knows, maybe seeing me pick up the trash inspires someone to change that bad habit. The point is to ask yourself if everyone did what I am doing what would the world be like? If it would be better then do it, if not then don't. It's time we all take responsibility for not only ourselves but all Life and the environment we all share. I admire everyone here at The Birds of Pray for taking responsibility for these beautiful beings of Life. Thank you all for doing our home planet this service.

Plan your trip to Maitland

  • Get a personalized trip
    A complete day by day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it
    Refine your trip. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Manage it
    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.