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Educational Outreach

The Santa Fe Raptor Center has an educational program that serves the community that supports it.

The beauty of New Mexico is enhanced by Red Tailed Hawks soaring in our skies, Great Horned Owls

hooting in our parks, and the amazing variety of raptors found in the state.

The Center has established relationships with schools, colleges, and the wider community around northern New Mexico to provide exposure and education about these amazing animals.

Our goal is to cooperatively partner on projects that inspire appreciation, understanding, and respect for the wildlife around us.


Our Educational ambassadors play an important role in helping us educate our public as well as helping baby raptors of their own species get a chance at living a life in the wild. Each educational bird costs $3-$5 a day to feed. If you would like to Symbolically Adopt one of our educational ambassadors read below. 

How does it work:

You can either donate each week or each month.

  1. Click here to start the process. (it will take you to our Contact and Donate page)
  2. From there, click on donate. (This will direct you to PayPal.)
  3. Add a special instruction to let us know what bird you are supporting. (See below for a list of names and pictures)
  4. Provide us with your email and we will send you a special thank you letter.

** These birds are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. We hold permits for each bird in order to have these birds. By "adopting" you are providing financial resources, but they will remain in our care. 

Contact us to schedule an event!

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               Miss Puffs                                                            Wolfie

                  Vientosa                                                          George      

                     Ictinea                                                       Eribus

                       Ruddle                                                           Skuddle

                                                                                                                                     Photo taken by Linda Carfagno