Located in the Denver metro area, Nature’s Educators Raptor Education is licensed by city, state, and federal agencies to house non-releasable birds of prey. The birds are taken to schools, camps, festivals, meetings, and the like to represent their species and help to educate people about their biology, morphology, and importance. While the location of the program is not open to the public, the birds can travel all over the state to give presentations.
Nature’s Educators is not a rehabilitation program, but can direct you to where the injured wildlife needs to go. You can help the program to keep up its education by adopting a raptor. For more information on adoption, their programs, upcoming events, and more, please visit their website at www.coloradoraptoreducation.com. Find them on Facebook!