Long Horned Owl

Long Horned Owl

Teaching With Live Birds

Teaching With Live Birds

Willie - Our Barn Owl

Willie – Our Barn Owl

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There’s no better way to learn about the birds of prey in North Texas than to meet them in person!

Blackland Prairie Raptor Center’s birds of prey have many years of experience introducing children and adults to the world of raptors. These hawks, owls and falcons are well trained, and with the assistance of BPRC education specialists, show you what makes them an important part of our environment.

The presentations, approximately 45 minutes long are at your location, and are available to all schools, home school groups, youth organizations, libraries, scouts and much more. In 2013 we presented to more than 30,000 people.

We travel all over North Texas!

We also offer on-site programming. We have a park with pavilions, an amphitheater, restrooms, and trails. We can offer raptor presentations as well as guided hikes through native Blackland Prairie. Able to accommodate up to 300 for our on-site programs.

Outreach group size can range from just a few, to a classroom to over 1,000 (for events). For schools we recommend no more than 150 at a time and can do as many back-to-back programs as requested.

Our programs include:

Whoo’s There in the Dark?

A fun and educational introduction to raptors for children ages pre-K (minimum age, 4 years old) through Kindergarten. A live owl will visit your classroom to help children discover the mysteries of the night. Where does an owl live, what does an owl eat, and how does it get food? This program designed especially for our youngest naturalists. (maximum group size of 25).

Night Flight

Discover the habits and habitats of the nocturnal raptor of our area. Live owls will visit to illustrate the special adaptations required for night hunting.

Raptors of North Texas!

Day and night the raptors are on patrol. Their mission: in search of a meal. How do they do it? Discover their unique adaptations to hunt in woodland, wetlands and prairies. Raptors of different species and sizes will be used to demonstrate their capabilities. This program is adaptable to all ages.

For more information and rates on any of the above programs and to schedule a presentation, Email us or call 469-964-9696.
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