The educational Birds of Prey Programs are not geared toward a specific age group, but instead are for anyone; Pre-K students and adults alike can enjoy them. The programs focus on predator-prey relationships, adaptations birds develop for their specific environments, and the role birds of prey have in the ecosystem. The birds used in the program are all permanent captives that are non releasable. The animals at Page Wildlife Center are being rehabilitated with the intention of being released back into the wild, however, so the center is not open to the public.
Any schools interested in this program should be able to justify it with a link to what the students are currently studying. If you are interested in hosting a program, feel free to contact us here.