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Name: The Raptor Center
Description:See Great Horned Owls, Osprey, Red-Tailed Hawks, Eagles and many more birds of prey at the world-renowned Raptor Center in St. Paul. The center functions as a hospital for injured birds; once recovered, the birds are released back into the wild. If you're interested in attending a release, see the web site to find out about the next release.

Want to visit the center? Stop in to see the exhibits and a bald eagle on permanent display. There is no admission charge to see this permanent exhibit. For a minimum fee you can get an up-close look at the center. Call ahead to schedule a visit and spend about an hour touring the center and learn interesting facts about the birds from on-staff naturalists. You'll even meet some of these unique animals face-to-face. Individual tours are given on Saturdays and the center offers group tour rates during the week. The center is wheelchair accessible.

Address:1920 Fitch Ave
St. Paul, MN
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Phone:(612) 624-4745
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Contact:Volunteer manager
Age Group(s):All Ages
Ability:All Abilities
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