About Indiana Raptor Center
Indiana Raptor Center is a 501C(3), non-profit organization. Our mission comprises rehabilitation, education and conservation. We are both a working raptor hospital, and an education center. We are dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured and orphaned birds of prey (hawks, owls, eagles, falcons, and vultures) with the goal of returning them to the wild. We also educate the public, through tours and off-site presentations, on the natural history of raptors, their importance to us, the importance of habitat preservation, and what to do when an injured or orphaned raptor is found.
We are open from March through July, and September through November. Tours are given 7 days a week by reservation/appointment only, in the afternoons. We do not do same day tours - please give us 3-5 days notice. Tours are all-outdoors, and are given weather permitting, for your comfort and safety. We ask for a minimum donation of $7 per adult and $5 for kids (ages 6-12). We do not tour children under 6 years of age. We do not have public restrooms on site.
Please note we do not publish our address. You will be given directions when tour reservations are made.