RAPTOR RANCH

 
 

Raptor Ranch is a Bird of Prey center located in Aldergrove, BC Canada. The center focuses on rescue, rehabilitation and quality of life for Birds of Prey in captivity. We also network and assist the Rehabilitation Industry by pickups, transfers, and rescues of wildlife. This gives our volunteers, staff and students the opportunity to train in rehabilitation, handling, medical, treatments and as well as falconry.


We specialize in non-kill, non-chemical bird control. Birds of Prey are very effective in controlling nuisance birds in industrial areas, warehouses, landfills, etc. By utilizing their natural predatory presence in an area, they save hundreds of birds every year that may have gotten injured by machinery and other hazards. This establishes the difference between bird control and bird clearance. For more information on our bird control programs, please visit the bird control page.


We also offer a variety of Bird of Prey presentations. Our most popular presentations focus on working animals in captivity and providing them a purpose and a quality of life. As these birds are not pets and are working animals, their quality of life is not based on being in the entertainment field. Which ensures our presentations are educational as well as enjoyable.


Our educational presentations can also provide a flying demonstration to show the public how these birds can still have a quality of life, even in captivity. This also provides the opportunity to see these amazing birds up close and personal. This helps bring awareness to their presence in their natural environment, and sheds light to their fragility and the need for conservation of their habitats.


Our presentations have become popular with schools, clubs, environmental groups, naturalists, kids programs, photography, and private functions.


The center offers tours by appointment only. Day classes, courses, workshops are also available. Please contact us for more information at info@raptorranch.ca


Interested in volunteering? We are accepting applications for the Spring programs today. There a few spots left for the Fall session, apply today!

Any animal or bird in captivity is worth the extra time and effort to offer them the opportunity to show their true potential.


                    -Gail Stanton

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