We rehabilitate sick and injured birds of prey with the primary goal to release the animals back to the wild. Our mission is to do what is in the best interest of these magnificent birds.
We investigate the effect of lead exposure on the health of the Arizona raptors. Other research initiatives may include tracking and survival rates of rehabilitated and released birds of prey.
We present the birds of prey at appropriate events to educate students and the public to improve and facilitate a greater public awareness of the animals and their environment.
Costs that we need your help with:
Cost of food for animals being rehabilitated.
Cost for medical attention needed by raptors in our care.
How can you help?
Donate to Arizona Raptor Center by sending a check made out to:
Arizona Raptor Center to 18431 N 2nd Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85023
Please mail a check made out to Arizona Raptor Center to:
18431 N. 2nd Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85023
The Arizona Raptor Center is the proud recipients of an educational grant from Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife Conservation
Phone: (602) 549-8482