Our founder Marla Isaac has been working with birds of prey for over 20 years from falconry to wildlife rehabilitation and educational presentations. To continue her legacy she created this organization in 2014 to share with others her knowledge of raptors. She provides our educational needs and maintains a diversity of species that are non releasable for teaching the public about biology, ecology and conservation.
Permitted state and federal
The non releasable birds of prey who are residents here tell their stories on how important birds of prey are as apex predators in the ecosystem. Our presentations and exhibits contracted to New England Reptile & Raptor Exhibits helps support our needs in the care of the raptors. Besides our important birds of prey we have a board of directors who over see the running of our organization. Volunteers help with repairs and some of the care of the animals.
To make sure birds of prey remain apart of our world, they are wildlife and must remain wild. Future plans are a new location with exhibits of birds of prey and reptiles. But for now we take in rescues for rehab or placement of non releasable birds for educational purposes.
If you rescue an injured bird of prey get it to a wildlife facility as soon as possible.
Please note we are limited for space for rescues you must call first to see if we are available.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals to help birds of prey recover for release back into the wild and help care for non releasable birds of prey that reside here. We also accept checks made out to: Massachusetts Raptor Center, Inc
mailing address: 25 Floyd Avenue
Taunton, MA 02780
Your generous donation will fund our mission.
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