About The Raptor Project

In the fall of 2011, the Cable Natural History Museum initiated a live raptor program, to educate people of all ages the importance of conservation through the use of live, non-releasable birds of prey. Our first bird Binase, a female red-tailed hawk, was an amazing educator who reached several hundred people through our raptor programming before she died in May of 2012. Her inspiring message of protecting and conserving natural habitat for animals like her was heard by many, and she in turn inspired us to create a more comprehensive raptor education program.

Field Trips - Payments

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You can support The Raptor Project at the Cable Natural History Museum!

Adopting a raptor is a great way to learn about our raptors while helping us meet  their food, medical and housing needs.

Would you like to get up close and personal? Consider booking a program for your group or special occasion through our Wildlife Outreach Programs.

  • Red-tailed Hawk, Carson

  • American Kestrel, Aldo

  • Great Horned Owl, Theo

  • Raptor Volunteer Larry Baldus with Aldo

  • Collections Assistant Jayme Morey with Theo

  • Museum Curator/Naturalist Elsa Hansen with Carson

  • Theo and Elsa during a raptor program

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