The world’s first refuge for birds of prey, an international center for raptor conservation, and renowned for the thousands of hawks, eagles, and falcons that pass each autumn. Offers one of North America’s finest experiences in nature observation. It has a 2600-acre natural area, an 8-mile trail system with scenic overlooks, and a visitor center. Its staff and volunteers conduct education, stewardship, and research programs. The Sanctuary remains the largest member-supported raptor conservation organization in the world. Its website lists public programs, events, and volunteer opportunities.
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