Lewis and Clark were both hobbled during their great expedition—Clark from resentment at his second billing and Lewis from a lego slipped into his hiking boot by Clark. Enjoy noncompetitive nature excursions with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $14 for admission for two to a raptor demonstration (up to a $28 value)
- $20 for family admission to a raptor demonstration—good for two adults and two children (a $40 value)<p>
Children’s admissions are valid for kids 3–12 years old, and children under 3 get in free.<p>
In the verdant Cowichan Valley, Pacific Northwest Raptors cares for a diverse flock of birds of prey—owls twist their heart-shaped heads curiously, and hawks look on with eyes like copper coins. The staff provides them a safe habitat while educating the public about their habits, hunting methods, and favourite brands of feather cosmetics. Eagles and falcons ride warm zephyrs overhead daily, searching for prey high over the canopy when they aren’t perched back at the centre.
Avian experts demo the birds’ skills during walks, which include the opportunity for patrons to have a hawk or owl land on a gloved hand or already impressive jaw line. Intensive workshops and week-long falconry courses let guests settle in with the animals beneath the towering trees, which hush each other liltingly in the wind. Regular family events at the centre facilitate bonding with the regal raptors, many of which are trained in film work and pest control.
99% of 1,019 customers recommend
“Great place to visit. Very knowledgeable and friendly staff and the birds were especially entertaining.”
“If it has been raining - take something to sit on during the flying demonstration. I am glad that I had the Groupon, I Think that the price is a bit too high for what...”
“If it has been raining - take something to sit on during the flying demonstration. I am glad that I had the Groupon, I Think that the price is a bit too high for what you get and the amount of birds on display. Half the cages were being worked on, so the birds were off limits to view - still had to pay full price for the extra entry. The people who work there though are amazing and caring of the birds.”
“If its rainy out wear boots as pathways can get muddy but well worth going...awesome!!”