At the Arizona Raptor Center our goal is to rehabilitate injured raptors (birds of prey), educate the public, and conduct research. Raptors arrive at our center usually after being injured or often times as displaced juveniles that have been found. Common injuries include broken wings, legs, and gunshots.

At the Arizona Raptor Center, we assess the injury then give the required medical treatment. The ultimate goal is to release the raptors back into the wild, but before this is done the raptors must be able to hunt; meaning they must have strong flight and the ability to spot and capture prey.

Upcoming Events

  • Mar 23, 2019  Superstition Spring Harley Davidson - Show
  • April 20, 2019 - Turkey Camp
  • June 15, 2019 - Payson Tractor Supply - Show
  • July 27, 2019 - Wapiti Weekend - Flagstaff ( AZ Elk Society)
  • August 10, 2019 - Varmint Caller Camp - Forest Lakes
  • August 17, 2019 - Prescott Tractor Supply - Show
  • September 21, 219 - Ride for Raptors - Superstition Spring Harley Davidson

Email azraptorcenter@gmail.com for more details regarding these events.

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Please mail a check made out to Arizona Raptor Center to 18431 N 2nd Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85023.


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The Arizona Raptor Center is the proud recipients of an educational grant from Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife Conservation

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